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sean: now at noon, new hampshire's drug crisis. the first of its kind program in the northeast, and why it's coming to the queen city. kevin: some beneficial rain moving it. we will look at the evening commute and how much we'll see , ahead. sean: a morning standoff in laconia comes to an end. what we are learning about what brought this response. rollover crash. how rescuers in epping were able to save a woman's life. >> 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] sean: a dramatic standoff has come to an end in laconia. good afternoon. i'm sean mcdonald. police say it started just before 9:00 this morning on weirs miller boulevard after getting a call for help from a
with the story. good afternoon, andy. andy: authorities say the call came in 8:00 this morning from the woman who said she was being held against her will. she also reported she had been assaulted during the night. police responded to the residence at 223 weirs boulevard, where they say they were able to keep the woman on the phone and authorities say they activated the swat team and set up a perimeter. contact with the main inside but were unsuccessful. officials say they were told the men inside may have a shotgun another weapons like swords and knives. police say after about 2 hours, the man came outside and was taken into custody after being tased. >> at this time he is being charged with domestic assault and criminal restraint. andy: police have identified the suspect as james cunningham.
court tomorrow. andy hershberger, wmur news 9. sean: a woman spent the night trapped inside her car after it rolled over last night on route 27 in epping and came to rest against some trees. it wasn't until this morning somebody discovered it. wmur's ray brewer is live outside the epping fire department, with more on the rescue. good afternoon, ray. ray: good afternoon, sean. the fire department telling us that the woman wasrt this morning. the car went off the road on route 27 in epping, near new england dragway. the fire chief says that the car was about 75 feet off the road, just far enough so that headlights wouldn't pick up any reflection. the fire chief says it appears the woman rolled the car at about 10:00 last night, and the car wasn't spotted until the sun came up around 6:30 in the morning. after at least eight hours trapped in the car the woman was cold, and getting her out was
>> she was trapped inside so after we cut her out they removed her through the roof and on a backboard. ray: she was taken to the hospital. there is no on her condition, but again the fire chief says she was alert and conscious when they arrived. reporting live in epping, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: all right, thanks. a seabrook woman remains in jail after allegedly striking an epping officer with her truck. police say that pamela reynolds was upset that verizon wouldn't give her an upgrade to her phone and was asked to leave the store. police say she an officer in the elbow. she was arrested and taken to the jail where she allegedly told the officers they deserved to be shot. new at noon, manchester police are investigating a stabbing. police say the 18-year-old victim entered the elliot hospital for a serious stab wound just before 7:30 last night. the victim told police he had
union streets when he was stabbed. it's unclear if police have a suspect. the victim is expected to be ok. testimony continues today in the trial of a strafford man accused of stabbing and biting another person. prosecutors say 52-year-old kevin hinrichsen spotted his daughter and her ex-boyfriend together in northwood last year despite a restraining order. the state says that's when hinrichson yelled and attacked. but hinrichson's laywer says the ex-boyfriend actually attacked was the boyfriend's. new this noon, the dea has and manchester the city nationwide with a program to fight the kobe at epidemic. it is called the 360 degree strategy. jennifer crompton explains what it will mean for the queen city. jennifer: the dea and at this
specifically in manchester. the queen city chosen not just because there is a substantial drug problem nearby because there is so much infrastructure already in place fighting it. that was evident from the spectrum of people who spoke at the announcement, everyone from the new england chief of the dea to our own u.s. attorney and attorney general to a mom whose family has been dealing with addiction to organizations already on the front lines working with all aspects. the effort will enhance programs an of their normal, traditional role of enforcement, enforcement, enforcement, and always staying in the shadows of law enforcement -- to have them come out in a proactive way, that i version aspect of it, with a mind towards children i think it is spectacular. jennifer: with some of the money the dea is bringing into the
hear some radio psa's. the dea says it is not only here to help but you learn from manchester could jennifer crompton, wmur news 9. sean: new details -- police in keene caught the man they say robbed the campus convenience store on friday and attacked the clerk. officers arrested 23-year-old justin thrasher last night after responding to reports of a suspicious person behind the spaulding gym at keene state college. he is scheduled to face a judge today. a driver in nashua says his vehicle ended up in the river because he dropped a cigarette. the car rolled down the mines falls boat ramp just before noon yesterday and then floated away before sinking about 75 feet from shore. no one was hurt. crews hope to have a large brush fire in the white mountain national forest fully contained by the end of today. the covered bridge fire has already charred more than 325 acres near albany. dozens of firefighters are dealing with difficult and dangerous terrain but they have
officials aren't sure exactly how the fire started but they think it was human-caused. under way, but not without some hiccups. coming up, what president obama says about the president-elect, and the walkouts across the country. kevin: in the last hour, king tied coming onshore out of the seacoast. we will look at that and look ahead at your forecast with beneficial rain in just a bit. sean: and in today's "grow it green," caterpilla a
is shaping up and his decisions over who will stand beside him on his team are already coming under fire. this as president obama's final trip overseas is overshadowed by questions about the new president-elect. abc's maggie rulli has more from washington. maggie: president-elect donald trump's beefing up his white house, and the rumors are flying. all eyes are on rudy giuliani, the former new york city mayor and longtime trump loyalist, as possible secretary of state. another contender for the post, former u.n. ambassador john
giuliani telling "the wall street journal" -- >> john would be a very good choice. >> is there anybody better? >> maybe me, i don't know. maggie: but one of trump's first decisions is already coming under intense scrutiny -- stephen bannon as chief strategist and white house counselor . he recently led the charge to turn the conservative site breitbart into a platform for the alt-right, a movement many have accused of being racist and anti-semitic. house minority speaker nancy pelosi saying, "there must be no sugarcoating the reality that a white nationalist has been named chief administration." trump's advisors slam those >> discussions as incomplete. >> frankly, people should look at the full resume. maggie: many republicans who expect to work closely with the new trump administration finding themselves in a delicate balance, like recently re-elected speaker of the house paul ryan. he offers a restrained opinion on bannon. rep. ryan: the president will be
an incredible victory. maggie: when asked about the outcome of november 8 while in greece, president obama was quick to calm the waters. president obama: it's the job of leaders to address people's real legitimate concerns and channel them in the most productive way possible. maggie: president obama went on to say that he was surprised by the outcome of the election, and even though he doesn't feel responsible for what trump says the transition of power is a success because that would be success for the american people. maggie rulli, abc news. sean: well, it has been one week since the election, but it's finally official that hillary clinton won new hampshire's four electoral votes. donald trump's campaign had until 5:00 yesterday evening to seek a recount but didn't ask for one. clinton won new hampshire by less than 1%. trump's edge in the electoral college now stands at 290-232, with only michigan still left to
officials in new zealand have begun a rescue operation to reach hundreds of people trapped after an earthquake. the defense force says it has started ferrying people out by military helicopter and that a navy ship from auckland will arrive tomorrow. the magnitude 7.8 quake left two people dead and triggered a small tsunami. on that note, people on the seacoast seeing a huge time. kevin: super moon. you notice the flooding going on. high tide after 11:00 this morning. we will talk about the weather around here. this falling from the sky over the next 24 hours. sean: we will tell you how to fight off those pesky bugs in today's "grow it green." now time for our u local hot shot. here's another beautiful look at the super moon along the water. very cool shot. you can submit your pictures and video, and join the thousands of u local members by logging onto
11:00 this morning and minor expected flooding with the king tied along the coast. live shot from hampton beach. 52 degrees. not a tremendous amount of wave action with this. could have been worse as you have a breeze offshore to know huge strong storm system offshore. for the time being, we have clouds continuing to fill in across the southern half of the state. a couple of light showers temperatures in the lower half of the 50's. clouds will continue to win out through the remainder of the afternoon. you can see the rainfall on the north step already starting to see these show activity in the monadnock region. all this progressing northward through the afternoon. pretty good wall of water through seven parts of new
this is our reality for the evening commute. bear in mind this time of year, a dark evening commute come and with a water continuing to come down lowering visibility, this is something you need to get used to again. this is the first real good rainfall for the evening commute we have had in a while. this first batch of more organized rainfall coming in from anything we see with the darker greens this afternoon, couple of brief heavier downpours. nt half inch to an injured rainfall in some spots. beneficial rainfall across the area. 40's to the low range of the 50's. a little bit of sunshine can even 36 timeout washington. -- a top mount washington. coastal flood warning going until 2:00. not really a tremendous amount of cold air to our north point
from the south, doesn't drag down a lot of arctic air into the area. we stop this for you during the evening commute and again, heavier downpours are a possibility. this could be a fairly sloppy evening commute. it could take storm tracker and move into the future. heaviest of which 8:00 or 9:00 this evening. predawn hours come down to a couple of light showers. along with clouds and drying out enough to give sonny dykes later tomorrow afternoon. -- sunny breaks tomorrow afternoon. no real huge chill behind this is the message comes through. a quick shot of beneficial rain. and then what looks like some time the next system tries to arrive. as far as rainfall amounts, a general quarter to a half-inch
through. looks like that is that arrives here on sunday, it certainly could bring in much colder air and change the overall weather pattern early next week and a few showers on sunday and a couple of mixed showers on monday as the colder air continues to rush in. let's head to "grow it green." ray: welcome to today's "grow it green." cooperative extension, someone who may become known in the coming months as we possibly can not just because -- not because she bugs everyone for because of her extensive knowledge. we will start with something that created a lot of devastation. rachel: we will go over how to identify the defoliant is.
blue dots followed by 6 pairs of red dots. this time of year you will have caterpillars but you will see their egg masses. ray: scrape them, do not use of the torch. -- use a blowtorch. [laughter] ray: this is one of the more unsightly things. rachel: this is another defoliant or, usually earlier on in the season. form webs in the crops and trees. they have a white line down there back and blue and white stripes down either side. the webs are their primary focus. ray: take a room or something like that? rachel: broom handle, but it in the nest itself. also come this time of year you
population this year in the white mountains. devastated about 9000 acres of trees. it is a distinction creature down its back it has people shapes or footprints, black stripes down the sides. they do not form webs. they come -- they go to the map. they come -- they go to the map. finally, the fall web form. these are on the tips of the branches. it does not do a lot of damage to the tree. it is aesthetically displeasing. ray: how do we get rid of that? rachel: prune it out or leave it alone. ray: have these bugs done damage already to the trees? rachel: they have the foliated
sean: this can be a pretty stressful time of year if you are a turkey, but one bird in california is a little more relaxed. that's because it appears leon thinks he is a dog. his owner says leon loves people , likes being kissed and hugged, and loves having his belly scratched. kevin: don't we all? he is even learning to play games and spends time cuddled up on the couch. leon was actually found wandering as a stray but is being spared the normal fate for his kind at this time of year. he will do anything for you can even stick his neck out. sorry, that was the best i had. you like to be cuddled. kevin: good for the goose is good for the gander. notice the extended forecast from after the rainfall, and evening commute, trying for
will come down heavily. milder conditions thursday, friday, saturday. sean: we will take it. starting tonight at 5:00, a hiring freeze announced in new hampshire's largest school district. why it's so concerned about finances right now. and donald trump's decision to house team has many wondering just what the alt-right is. we'll take a look, tonight at 5:00.
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