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>> i want to apologize to my supporters. this is not the type of campaign that we run. >> this is a major epidemic and it has hit new hampshire and vermont particularly hard. >> we should all be waking up. we need comprehensive gun safety, legislation. >> democratic debate, three democrats go head to head take the stage in new hampshire. we've got a wrap-up of last night's events. sean: chilly today, but mild air arrives soon. and plus how farm it could be near christmas time. >> and families evacuated.
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keene were exposed to carbon monoxide and what it means for residents. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur, news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire. it's 6:00 on sunday, december 20th, i'm amy coveno. sean: i'm sean mcdonald. we'll have a wrap-up of the debate, but we want to check with mike haddad, i believe i saw snakes. >> you probably did, sean, there it is up in the north country, the roads are slick. and will be the next couple of hours, notice the snow showers diminishing and it will turn dry even up north where it's around 20 and lower 30's in parts of
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including manchester and over to the coast. and it develops south and east of the lakes region. and elsewhere, breezy and seasonably chilly. upper 20's north and the narm wear we've seen the good part of december, it's coming back. and it will be back in the upcoming weeks in minutes. >> guns in and of themselves in my opinion will not make americans safer. we lose 33,000 people a year already to gun violence. >> who denies that it is crazy to allow people to own guns who are criminals or mentally unstable? we've got to eliminate the gun show loophole. >> isil videos, isil training windows are telling lone wolves the easiest way to buy a combat weapon is in a gun show because of the flip-flopping in washington that both of my two
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represented for the last 40 years. sean: gun control was one of the issues tackled by the presidential candidates in the debate, you saw from st. anselm college. amy: there was plenty of time for hillary clinton, bernie sanders and martin o'malley to raise. >> those were heated during the three-hour debate, but the candidates agreed on several things and saved their harshest words for the republican front runner, donald trump. >> right away, they addressed the data breach. >> there was a breach because the dnc vendor screwed up. information came to our campaign. in this case, our staff the wrong thing. they looked at that information. >> sanders has fired one staffer and said on stage that he is sorry. >> yes, i apologize. >> obviously, we were distressed when we learned of it because
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now that i think, you know, we've resolved your data, we've agreed on an independent inquiry, we should move on. the candidates took turns attacking republican front runner donald trump. martin o'malley related a story to him by a muslim friend putting his kids to bed. >> one of his little boys said to him, dad, what happens if donald trump wins and we have to move out of our home. >> mr. trump has a great capacity to use bluster and bigotry to inflame people and make them think there are easy answers to question complex questions. >> the mexicans they're criminals and rapists, hate the mexicans those are your enemies. we have to late the-- hate the muslims, and the rich
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>> and off-- >> is she wrong? necessary. >> we need to be the nation whose enduring issue is the stat true of liberty. we'll take a look at other topics coming up in three minutes. ray brewer, wmur news 9. amy: immediately following the place to be was the spin room. that's where we find kristen coverage. >> media packed the spin room as we spoke with representatives from the party to get their take on how the candidates performed. >> i think it was fantastic. you heard a real message of positive and hope from all three candidates i think addresses the hampshire. when you compare that to what
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so much fear mongering and ugliness and yelling at each other and you saw three adults on the stage. >> they stood with a stark contrast, the substantive issues important to americans, talked about their vision how they would continue to build on the economic success they had and help the americans reach the middle class and access to people who simply want to get education that's affordable. >> in manchester, kristen carosa, wmur news 9. >> one topic there was during the debate. the heroin epidemic and how to combat it. >> we need to understand that an addiction is a disease, not a criminal activity. and that means -- and that means radically changing the way we deal with mental health and addiction issues.
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opioids being prescribed, and when somebody is ready to get help, there's a place for them to go and every law enforcement should carry the antidote to overdose. >> the best place to intervene, the indicator when a person is on verge of killing themselves because of addiction is at the hospital. that very first time they show up with a near miss, we should be intervening there. >> according to the office of the chief medical examiner, there have been 292 deadly opioid overdoses in new hampshire so far. >> we assembled a panel from across new hampshire to watch the debate. some walked away with a clearer picture who they would be supporting, they all m insight into the candidates. they appreciated hearing issues close to new hampshire's issue in the state.
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endemick, i think that's affect affecting our economy. >> isis, they went in depth, the infrastructure of the country and the electrical grid, i thought they nailed that. >> undecided voters have a little more than seven weeks to make their final decision. >> meanwhile, the republican candidates are continuing their bids for the white house today. governor john kay sick and ben carson will attend events. carson will make five stops including meetings at keene state and nashua community college as well as a national security forum. sean: our coverage of the close-up. the political director sits down with a professor from st. anselm's college. >> i think all three candidates had a good night. i don't think anybody had
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position they were going in. >> you can hear more analysis of the final democratic debate of the year at 10 a.m. on close-up here on wmur. if you missed last night's debate, you catch up on wmur.com and we posted video from the debate broken down by topic and we have the candidate's memorable moments and time lapse for the debate. just log on to wmur.com or your wmur mobile app. at this point i think we're a month and a half from primary day. >> those time lapse videos, too. coming up, a serious warning in keene. more than 1200 homes exposed to carbon monoxide. >> saying a final goodbye to an
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praised as one of america's best mayors who governed as a pragmatist. bernie sanders passed more amendments in a republican congress than any other member. cracked the gridlock with john mccain to strengthen veterans' healthcare. bernie sanders. a consistent, principled, and effective leader. building a future to believe in. sanders: i'm bernie sanders
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iment. sean: and welcome back. 6:11 on a sunday morning. live pictures in goffstown, 31 chilly degrees, but again, it warms up before we get through the middle part of this week. i'll have the full forecast in a few minutes. sean: a chilly start to our sunday. over 1200 keene residents put on alert after high levels of carbon monoxide were detected. sending four people to the hospital. it began shortly after 9 p.m. according to liberty utility, there was a problem at the plant where propane and oxygen are mixed. it was pure propane and they found a woman unconscious due to high levels of co. and this prompted a door-to-door response. >> they wanted to be cautious about it and i have two young
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a red flag for me for sure. >> more than 60 firefighters assisted in checking the homes and shutting off gas to any home with a high level. >> a final goodbye to corporal andrew aimesbury, injured after a live fire training exercise december 11th. yesterday, funeral services were held for aimesbury in dover. he attended the high school before joining the army in 2013 and served one tour in afghanistan. still to come this morning, one worker is dead, pa customer seriously hurt after a tire exploded inside an auto center. the investigation is underway right now.
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>> now, chief meteorologist mike forecast. mike: the chill in the air, no doubt about it, the extreme cold air up 6,000 feet at mount washington, snow fell last night hour. not as cold as the valleys where many of us reside, but none of
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we have been during a good part of this month of december. and based on the cloud motion and what's happening on radar. at the same time snow showers are falling apart. we'll see a fair amount of sun, a good part of this, as the wind chill does linger through today. quite cold as well. and then the mild air begins to return starting tomorrow and by thursday, christmas eve day, 60 please. could it possibly happen? it's a really good bet. across a good part of southern new hampshire again for thursday afternoon. right now, snow showers wining down in the north country as we advanced through the course of this sunday. we'll see the clouds parting as well. any low clouds early in the day will quickly give way to developing sun across a good part of central and southern new hampshire. the winds are fairly light right now, but driving in cold air. low 20's up north. mid to upper 20's and concord and manchester and over towards the coast and we'll top off the day in the mid to upper 30's in
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good part of the country, seasonably chilly right now. a subtle warm-up taking shape in the mid part of the country. along about tomorrow afternoon, into tuesday, and wednesday, and christmas eve day and beyond, that's moving in our direction. the cold air advances quickly through tonight and tomorrow morning and then a mild flow not only for tomorrow, but right through wednesday. a couple of shower chances between now and then and then the warm stuff, record warmth at that, likely for thursday before it cools so slightly and remains above average for christmas day. in terms of storminess, not too much of to speak of. giving way to sun and you'll notice on futurecast, the snow showers end with the sunshine, central and southern parts of the state and quickly, here we go and more sun for today. lots of sun and early tomorrow morning, and a chance of a few showers, most of them hold off until monday night and mainly clip northern reaches. state. best shot of showers, will be
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of partial sun and increase during the afternoon. for today, we've got the sunshine, any flakes giving way to sun. upper 20's north. and mid to upper 30's south. here we go, for tonight, teens and lower 20's, coolest in places like berlin and the great north woods and back to the upper valley, here we dp the mild air is coming back, this is a good shot of getting up near 60 degrees, plus, in some spots, if it worked out and we had enough sun by thursday afternoon, a good shot of that. we could be in the mid 60's before it cools down for christmas in the 50's. >> i thought it's christmas in the carolinas. amy: we're talking about playing bocchi on christmas day because we're not going to build a snowman.
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>> and a tire exploded. >> a tire exploded? >> yes. amy: that's the 911 call from a sears in salem where a deadly tire explosion occurred. an employee dead, a customer injured in the accident. wmur's stephanie woods has more on the explosion and the investigation underway. >> they were pretty shaken up by the whole ordeal. you work closely with somebody all day long it hits you hard. 22-year-old justin was working at the sears auto center changing a tire on a customer's truck, but sergeant chad clark says while he was fixing a large truck tire on an industrial tire changer, the tire exploded. >> it was something they do every day, you know, and just the rim and the tire were -- the inflation may have been a little too much for what the rim and the tire could handle.
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scene they found two men unconscious on the floor with him pronouncing dead. >> he coughed and moved his arm and that's why he was transported to the hospital, but at the hospital he succumbed to the injuries. adam adam hospital. and occupationnal safety and health administration will investigate. >> it's a workplace accident that we're looking into as a police department. >> sears released a statement, first and foremost our thoughts and prayers are with the family of our associate and send our deepest condolences to them and also send our thoughts and concerns to our customer who was injured in this tragic accident.
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regular basis, it's still, especially this time of year, people have families they want to go home to. it's traumatic for us. >> osha continues to investigate the accident. stephanie woods, wmur news 9. amy: police say that the sears center at rockingham park is closed today. coming up next on news 9 this morning. a new development regarding the boston marathon bombingment another person connected to dzhokhar tsarnayev to be sentenced next week. in our next half hour of news 9 this morning. >> and may the force be with you. sean: if you heard that line,
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and the three for lynn's family, the big stress is paying four hundred dollars a month in medical and drug costs for aidan. for other families it's higher deductibles, premiums and co-pays that keep adding up. that's why we've got to crack down on price gouging, cap out-of-pocket costs,
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generic drugs. because we've got to get health care costs under control for lynn's family and for yours. i'm hillary clinton and i
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>> we are following a developing story out of kenya this morning. an air france flight headed from an east african country to paris was diverted to kenya after a suspected bomb was on board. several people on board are being questioned. it was found in one of the bathrooms. over 450 passengers were on the flight. sean: and the man who owned the gun used to skill officer sean
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collier, steven silva will be sentenced in court. he says that he let tsarnayev use the gun saying that he wanted to rob students. >> it was a big wrap up of last night's debate. a look at bernie sander's first interview after the debate with wmur.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, everybody. right now, it's 6:30. a live look at portsmouth, bee lo he-- below freezing. amy: a colorful look along the seacoast there. here are our top stories on the
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the lead democrats vying to get the nod were here. debating from syria to gun control and donald trump. crews worked long into the night in keene, going door-to-door to check on residents after a problem at a liberty utilities gas plant caused pure propane to be forced through the pipes. several people were checked for carbon monoxide symptoms. >> some folks waking up to snow. >> we saw flurries in parts of southern new hampshire, as well. and hey, we're up in berlin right now. we're not actually in berlin, but that picture live in berlin, yeah, they need the snow brush this morning. it looks wintery, it feels wintery state-wide and certainly looks the part up north, a coating as much as three inches of snow. those flakes are beginning to wind down and sunshine after a cloudy start up north.
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quickly give way to sun. upper 20's and lower 30's. mid to upper 20's in the heart of the lakes region and down to 12 in pittsburgh right now. but you'll warm up to the upper 20's by the afternoon. when do we turn warmer than that? we'll take a look at that and the time line and the full forecast in a few minutes. >> of course, we have to do more to incentivize profit sharing like we see with market basket right here in new hampshire and new england where all of the employees get a chance to share in the profits. amy: for the only time before the primary, the democratic hopefuls for president shared a stage here in new hampshire last night in debate seen right here on wmur. sean: that's right, with less than two months before they vote, hillary clinton, bernie sanders and martin o'malley. >> martin o'malley came out
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ground on frontrunners, hillary clinton and bernie sanders. later he would tone it down. the debate covering everything from health care and national security and ice. >> early oon-- on gun control was the issue. when isil does training videos that say the easiest way to get a combat assault weapon in the united states of america is at a gun show, then we should all be waking up. safety. >> let me stay with-- >> o'malley accused of clinton and sanders of changing their positions over the years. >> who denies it's crazy to allow people to own guns who are unstable. we've got to eliminate the gun show loophole, in my view, we have got to see that weapons designed by the military to kill
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>> guns in and of themselves, in my opinion, will not make americans safer. we lose 33,000 people a year already to gun violence. arming more people to do what i think is not the appropriate response to terrorism. >> speaking of terrorism, the candidates agreed that the u.s. should not launch a ground war against isis, but that we need to be proactive. >> the major priority right now in terms of our foreign and military policy should be the destruction of isis. >> if the united states does not lead, there is not another leader, there is a vacuum and we have to lead if we're going to be successful. >> this is the new type of threats that we're facing and we need to lead as a nation in confronting it and putting together new alliances and coalitions. >> the biggest showdowns between the candidates leading the poles and the issue of likability took a new approach. >> should corporate america love hillary clinton?
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>> and will corporate america love a president sanders? >> no, i think they won't. >> now, the candidates also took aim at republican front runner donald trump and in a sign of the times during the analysis, one of the abc commentators mentioned that trump hadn't tweeted anything during the debate, something he usually does. and in minutes, donald trump fired off a very critical post. ray brewer, news 9. amy: senator bernie sanders stopped by our table and gave us the first interview after the debate and his thoughts on the upcoming election. >> i think the reason we have an excellent chance of winning in new hampshire and iowa as well, i think there's going to be a large voter turnout. i think a lot of people are saying enough is enough. we do need a political revolution, we need to take on the billionaire class. amy: sanders had a lot more to say from foreign policy to the campaign date a breach concerns and his apology.
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onto wmur.com or the wmur mobile app. martin o'malley also stopped by to talk with our crew in the spin room following the debate and told our chris at the point carosa he felt pretty good about how it went and how his message came across to voters. our message across, and our thinking we need on foreign policies and national security. and the inclusive policy that was the hall mark of the united states. >> after the debate, hillary clinton headed over to millie's in manchester. hillary and former president bill clinton signed autographs and made a brief speech about her campaign and the candidate says they're planning bigger things in the new year. >> i think this is fair to say
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have my not so secret weapon-- we're going to cover as much ground in new hampshire as we possibly can. >> the people of new hampshire and the people that you welcome from other states, who have known her in every step of her life, who come up here and ask where does she go, we need you. this is a very, very big thing and i'm very grateful, i was so proud of her tonight, but the proof is in the voting and we've day. after you take an appropriate holiday vacation. amy: we assembled a panel of undecided voters from across the state of new hampshire to watch last night's debate. our jean mackin talked to them
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jean: our group of voters came from all over new hampshire with an important thing in common, they all said they were undecided going into the debate. the panel watched the debate from studio b at wmur. some taking notes and some the candidates. >> i'm more familiar with them than i was before so i'm comfortable with that, but i an outstanding job. >> i have a lot more respect from governor o'malley than when i came in. >> i'm undecided, but helped to formulate and coalesce some thoughts i had about them. i'm impressed with sanders for spritely. jean: they appreciate the issues home in new hampshire. >> combatting heroin, i think that that affecting our economy. >> and isis, the infrastructure and the country and electrical that.
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them into the decided column. >> i've got to say i really like him. i agree with about 99.9% of the stuff he said. jean: with what bernie sanders said. >> yes, he's going to get my vote. >> hillary clinton has been answering all the questions with vigor. she's got the ideas that are realistic and powerful, and she's got my vote. >> my thought, all three actually did very well. too bad they can't all be elected together. jean: undecided voters now have a little more than seven weeks to make that decision. jeanne mackin, wmur news 9. amy: coming up this morning on close-up. wmur political director discusses the candidate's performance from the new hampshire institute of politics. >> i think five days before christmas, the gloves really came off with the democratic candidates for the first time. i think that o'malley did not
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and sanders clearly got into it. amy: you can hear more analysis of the democratic debate starting at 10:00 this morning on close-up right here on wmur. sean: should be interesting. amy: yeah, definitely. coming up next, the high school hockey season is kicking into high gear. highlights ahead in sports. mike: a bright and chilly one
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>> welcome to new hampshire's business. i'm fred kocher. in a minute we'll talk about the newest start-up. look at the national group saying that business start-up activity in the u.s. rose the first time in five years during 2015 with the largest year over year increase in the past two decades. that's amazing.
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in concord, the small business administration office in concord says their retired executives, the score chapter, helped about 257 businesses, startups in new hampshire last year and private investors helped about 198 businesses over the last three years. so we have a lot of start-up activity in new hampshire. here is the newest one in new hampshire. take a look, they're a roasting company, they make c-o-f-f-v-e-e. it has the wine minus alcohol producing more. mark from the innovation center, welcome. >> thank you. >> and glenn miller founder of the vera roasting company on the east coast and professor of chemistry
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where did you get this idea? wine into coffee. >> as you mentioned resveratrol, there's been a lot of research linking red wine to the health, and the french have a low incidence of heart disease despite the fact that they have a diet of high fat. and there are studies about red wine and seem to point the finger to resveratrol. we're going to drink this in a minute and how you put this together. but mark, glenn is in your innovation center in portsmouth. what do you do to help glenn get this started because you've done this for a number of businesses. >> we try to help the new hampshire economy going. i met glenn at the new hampshire
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with unh back in 2010 on a prior company we worked on together. >> right. >> when he came up with this idea he showed up at our doorstep and collaborated with the team at our center. >> and you provide expertise to a new company, plus funding, right? >> yeah, not so much fund being, we help get it when it's necessary. we basically fill in the gaps in the start-up teamments ok, now, glenn, let's walk through this. here we have grapes, we have coffee beans in my hand and we have the finished product in this thermos and in 0 your cups. lets he a talk about how this comes together. >> so grapes are found naturally in several places. >> there they are. but one of them-- i said grapes, i'm sorry, resveratrol is found naturally in several places, one the skin of red grapes. so the resveratrol can be extracted from the skin of red grapes and we've found a way to
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>> these coffee beans here and you roast them? >> roasted first and then the infusion process. >> oh, afterwards. >> yes. >> and you arrive at the final product, coffvee, c-o-f-f-v-e-e-v for vera. >> the v for vera and resveratrol. >> you've had production lines and where are you selling it? >> we're selling it at vera. >> i'm going to taste an and tell the audience how good it is. >> that's delicious. >> thank you. >> and that's the mild-- >> that's the medium roast. >> the medium roast, but you also have french roast, right?
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our medium roast beat the leading medium roast 5-1 and the dark french roast beat by 7-1. >> that's the potential market in ten seconds. >> coffee is a $4 billion industry. >> ok, that says it all. ok. glenn miller, who is the founder of vera roasting company on the seacoast and mark galvin, and good luck with this, you'll be selling at christmas time. >> we want to let now if orders are in by monday at 2:30 in the afternoon, it will be delivered in time for christmas. >> at vera roasting.com. >> yes, sir. >> thank you very much. if you want to see this interview again and watch us sip coffee, go to wmur.com, click on news and click on project economy. >> now, chief meteorologist mike haddad with the forecast. mike: could use some of that coffee now. we've got portsmouth and clouds
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looking day and the sun, of course, off to our east. we have a little ways to get that sun up in the sky, about 7:15 it rises, but you can see the brightening of the sky covered at the coast and a nice quiet market square. it's going to turn very active, i'm sure, in the coming hours as we get closer and closer to the christmas rush. you just feel it across new hampshire right nowment i am -- now. it's on the chilly side. winds out of the northwest right now. fairly light, 5 to 10 miles per hour and it's bumping in across the mountains creating a light snow in the presidential range, but that will wind down as well and clouds will give way to sun in northern and western new hampshire. right now that light northwesterly flow continues, 20's, up north, on average. from through pembroke and hooksett and manchester and down through the coast and keene. temperature are on the chilly side all the way down to the southeast, but it's beginning to
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country and some is moving in our direction as early as tomorrow afternoon. by the end of this week, christmas eve day on thursday, and christmas day itself, we're going to see temperatures well above the average and possibly record shattering temperatures here coming in on thursday. >> right now, we're tracking fair skies in the central part of the great lakes. more clouds were back to the west, again, a sign of a warm-up. that's the cold air at the surface. >> over the great lakes, with warm air riding over it, but no rain or snow, so it should be a dry monday despite an increase in clouds. today, decreasing clouds, as the sun develops state wide. for tomorrow, a little bit of sun early, as we advance through the late morning and afternoon, the clouds will likely win out. a chance of a shower or two, mainly up north. dry tuesday morning with a little bit of sun and more
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showers between now and tuesday night, tuesday afternoon. highs today, upper 20's, we'll do it up north. 30 to 35 in the central part of new hampshire, including the lakes region and milder in southeastern zones. maybe you're travelling to faxboro for the last regular season home game for the pats against those titans from tennessee. a bit breezy and upper 30's will do it, it will be chilly, but not as cold as it could be down in foxborough, low teens for tonight, upper teens, and lower 20's, central and south and beyond that, here we go, take a look at the next several days, we've got sunshine for today. tomorrow, we've got sun giving way to increasing clouds. snow showers likely develop during the afternoon on tuesday, more showers for wednesday night into early on thursday, and record warmth not out of the question for christmas eve day. santa, yeah, he may be riding who knows what, a slay in-- a sleigh? we'll check up north. not in new hampshire.
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here is the one and only jason king. >> now, news 9 sports. >> hey, everyone, good basketball game in durham on saturday. unh and dartmouth meeting for the 66th time. talking about the men here. unh in the all-time series with 33 wins, dartmouth 32. so a close series so far. first half knocking down a three-pointer from the point. game high 19 points. at the other end, smith uses the screen and he buries the three and he had a team high 12 for dartmouth. and kick it out to pat mcmara and finished with six points on the day. jacoby armstrong, unh, and wildcats to 56. >> southern new hampshire university women at home with fisher on saturday.
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scores a pair, and nice look underneath how, and that's an easy bucket for southern new hampshire. in transition, doherty gets a pair. the monarchs on the road again last night at toledo. they were shut out 2-0. back in action in saturday when they skate at adirondack. this is bedford and ink abouterton at the ice den. a score fort bulldogs, 2-zip. the bedford bulldogs, they roll over the astros, 7-zip. how about bishop brady, 1-0 in the first. patrick maloney forces the turnover and he scores. nice goal, made it a 1-1 game. londonderry took a 4-2 lead in the second period, but leo with
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it in the back of the net and that cut the lead to 4-3. and the game would go to overtime and the giants win it 6-5 the final in ot. more hockey, the bruins in action this afternoon, and they host the new jersey devils, that's a 5:00 start and the patriots, they have the titans, that's at one. that's sports, back to you. >> all right, jason, thanks. ahead on news 9, election season is a historic time in new hampshire and a new exhibit explores the role in politics, how you can get involved. >> time for the u local hot shot. take a look at the back bay at wolfeboro
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people are working harder than ever, but the everyday cost of perscriptions, child care, or even just buying groceries can be a stretch for too many families. hillary's plan: raise the minimum wage, get equal pay for women, cut taxes for the middle class, and new incentives for business to share profits with employees instead of just rewarding ceos. those at the top are doing just fine. it's your family that needs a raise. i'm hillary clinton, and i
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>> well, if you've ever snapped a picture at a new hampshire political event or met a candidate as they toured the state. >> it's the first in the nation's primary, a special focus on the jfk campaign in 1960 thanks to the collection of his former campaign manager, late richard bresard. it's slated to run through the new hampshire presidential primary. a few photos taken, especially with the advent of the cell
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mike: people are busy. amy: what are you doing here at this hour? >> i don't know, i'm wondering, the whole team, it's a big deal coming in. a debate comes in and politics heating up. weather-wise, it's not heating up, but we'll go that way again once we get past this monday, chilly, mid to upper 30's and south and breezy, and clouds go i having way to sun. so it will be a bright day, but deceiving sun with a chill in the air. that mild air is coming back and how warm it's going to get for the upcoming week and especially by christmas eve day in a little bit. amy: we're spoiled by the mild air, it does feel brisk. the news continues at the top of the hour. up next, democratic debate, we have a wrap-up of the night's events. voters and analysts rate the candidates' performance. and carbon monoxide scare. what caused a dangerous
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>> i want to apologize to my supporters. this is not the type of campaign that we run. >> this is a major epidemic and it has hit new hampshire and vermont particularly hard. >> we should all be waking up. we need comprehensive gun safety legislation. >> democratic debate, three
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the national stage in new hampshire. we have a complete wrap-up in last night's events. >> chilly in new hampshire today. mild air does make a return soon. when it arrives and how warm it could be near christmas time. >> and families evacuated, why more than 1200 homes in keene were exposed to carbon monoxide and what it means for residents. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, new hampshire. 7:00 on sunday, december 20th, i'm amy coveno. >> we'll have a complete wrap-up of the debate in a minute. first we want to at that you can about the weather and mike, some folks getting snow overnight. >> yes, in many parts of the state. in northern new hampshire picking up on the roads. the temperatures are down into the lower to mid 20's across a
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it could be slick. the snow showers are winding down. temperatures are very cold right now. low 20's north to around freezing in manchester, back through keene and also in nashua. by this afternoon, only a slow climb into the upper 20's, and po's to the north. again it's on the chilly side for this sunday, but temperatures start to climb as early as tomorrow. we'll take a look when we could see record warmth in a few minutes minutes. >> guns in and of themselves, in my opinion, will not make americans safer. we lose 33,000 people a year already to gun violence. >> who denies that it is crazy to allow people to own guns who are criminals or mentally unstable. we've got to eliminate the gun show loophole. >> isil videos, isil training videos are telling a lone wolf,
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america is a at a gun show and my colleagues represented in washington the last 40. sean: in the debate you saw here at st. anselm college. amy: with just three candidates, there was time for hillary clinton, martin o'malley and issues. >> those issues were heated exchanges during the nearly three-hour debate at times, but the candidates also agreed on several things and saved their harshest words for the republican front runner donald trump. >> right off the bat, bernie sanders addressed the campaign data breach concerns that surfaced within the last couple of days. >> there was a break because the dnc vendor screwed up. information came to our campaign. in this case, our staff did the wrong thing. they looked at that information.
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and said on stage that he is sorry. >> yes, i apologize. >> obviously, we were distressed when we learned of it because we've worked very hard. now that i think, you know, we've resolved your data. we've agreed on an independent inquiry, we should move on. >> the candidates took turns attacking republican front runner donald trump. martin o'malley relayed a story told to him by a muslim friend putting his kids to bed. >> and one of his little boys said to him, dad, what happens if donald trump wins and we have to move out of our home? >> mr. trump has a great capacity to use bluster and bigotry to inflame people and to make them think there are easy answers to very complex questions. for all of the mexicans, they're criminal ap rapists. we've got to hate the mexicans, those are your enlist. we hate all the muslims because the muslims are terrorists, we've got to hate the muslims.
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>> when the debate turned to syrian refugees, the moderator asked about maggie hassan holding off. >> is she wrong? >> i agree we have to have the toughest screening that we need to have. >> a halt? necessary. >> we need to be the nation for the statue of liberty and act like the country we are according to our values. >> we've learned that two other sanders staffers have been suspended in connection with the data breach. the candidates tackling gun control and isis. we'll take a look at their responses to those topics in about 30 minutes. ray brewer, wmur, news 9. >> immediately following the debate, the place to be was the spin room and that's where we find christine carosa who covers our team coverage. >> media packed into the spin room, getting the reaction from the democratic debate. we look at their take on how the
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>> i think it was fantastic. you heard a real message of positive and hope from all three candidates that i think really addresses the concerns of the people of new hampshire. when you compare that to what you heard on tuesday, which is so much fear mongering and ugliness and yelling at each other and insulting each other. you heard three adults. >> they stood with a substantive discussion about the issues most important to americans, talked about their vision how they would continue to build on the economic success that we've had. help americans reach the middle class and expand access to people who simply want to get a good education that's affordable. >> in manchester, kristin carosa, news 9. one topic that was brought home during the debate hits home. the heroin epidemic and how to combat it. >> we need to understand that addiction is a disease and not a
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and that means radically changing the way we deal with mental health and addiction issues. >> there are tomorrow opioids being prescribed and that leads directly now to heroin addiction and change the way we do more law enforcement and facilities so when somebody is ready to get help. there's a place for them to go and every you lean enrment to should carry the antidote to overdose. >> the best place to intervene when the person is on the verge of killing themselves because of an an i -- addiction is at the hospital. the first time they had a near miss we should be there. >> there have been 292 deadly opioid overdoses in new hampshire so far this year. amy: back here at wmur, we assembled a panel of undecided voters to watch last night's de debate.
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the candidates. the voters appreciated hearing issues that are important to new hampshire. >> combatting the heroin epidemic, that's expecting our economy. >> isis they went in depth with it, the infrastructure of the country and the electrical grid i thought they nailed that. >> undecided voters have a little more than seven weeks to make their final decision. right now, we're asking you who do you think won saturday night's debate at st. anselm college, it's close with bernie sanders and hillary clinton, with sappeders taking a majority of the vote. go to wmur.com or twitter or our facebook pages. >> meanwhile, the republicans candidates are continuing their bids for the white house today. governor john kasich and dr. ben carson are both in the state. kasich will attend events in manchester, portsmouth and rochester. and carson will make five stops
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national security for recommend. our coverage of the abc news democratic debate continues on close-up. the political director josh m mcelveen and a professor will sit down and discuss the performance. >> to me, i think it's a status quo debate. all three had a pretty good night. i don't think that anybody had any disastrous moments and i think each candidate will come out of this in basically the same position they were going? >> you can hear more analysis of the final democratic debate of the year starting at 10 # a.m. on close-up here on wmur. if you missed any of last night' debate, catch up on wmur.com, and we posted video of the debate, broken down by topic and we have interviews from the candidates, memorable moments and behind the scenes time lapse video of the state's setup for the debate. just log on to wmur.com or your wmur mobile app. i find myself watching the debates on t v to get the commentary.
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coming up next on news 9 this morning, a serious warning in keene. more than 1200 homes exposed to carbon monoxide. the problem that created dangerous levels of the gas. >> a final goodbye to an army ranger corporal killed during a
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paris: there's a lot to do on a dairy farm. nobody's gonna do it for you. you have to get out there and do it yourself. bernie sanders is a well-known friend of family farms. bernie cannot be bought out by big money. bernie's opinion cannot be purchased. it's time for our next president to get in there, roll up his sleeves, take off the gloves, and take on wall street, take on big business, take on big money, and get the working class back to where they should be. he's a rock. sanders: i'm bernie sanders
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>> welcome back. you're taking a live look in goffstown, 7:11, about to flip over, there it is. 31 degrees to start off in southern new hampshire. eventually it will warm up. the full forecast coming up in a few minutes. >> thanks. over 1200 keene residents put on alert after high levels of carbon monoxide were detected, sending at least four people to the hospital. it began shortly after 9 a.m.
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there was a malfunction at the gas plant where propane and air are mixed. as a result, pure propane was sent to customers in keene which led to the risk of carbon monoxide exposure. fire officials say they rescued one woman found unconscious in a building due to high levels of corps carbon monoxide. this propt mpted a door-to-door. >> i have two children at home. >> and they shut down gas to any house with a high level of c-o. as of 2 a.m. this morning, the situation had been deemed clear. amy: a final goodbye to army ranger killed in georgia. corporal aimesbury died after a training exercise on december 11th.
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he served one tour in afghanistan. sad story there. sean: certainly is. amy: still to come. one customer was hurt and a worker killed after an explosion at an auto store. >> it will be a chilly day announcer: one candidate tough enough to take on the bully... jeb bush: donald, you're not going to be able to insult your way to the presidency. that's not going to happen. (applause) announcer: one candidate tough enough to take on isis. jeb will destroy isis... and keep america safe. jeb bush: the united states
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>> now, chief meteorologist mike haddad with your storm watch forecast. mike: more signs of chill and mount washington, a not at the observatory, the snow was flying and winds were cranking up to over 80 miles per hour. still quite gusty over 6,000 feet right now. take a look at portsmouth. the skies are mainly clear and the low clouds were parting over southeastern new hampshire. a breeze continues to pick up out of the northwest, drying us out. however, that northwest flow kind of bumping in across the mountains right now with a few lingering flurries. , from a coating of snow. the wind chill continues through today and tonight, but then the
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and mainly dry with a couple of shower chance toss follow and speaking weather to follow that. christmas eve day, a shot at shattering record highs, getting into the 60's in parts of southern new hampshire. right now, snow showers beginning to wind down in the north country. it's dry elsewhere in central and southern parts of the state and looks to be the case as well as we go through know the only the afternoon. it's a cold start, but seasonably so and believe it or not, it's above average in terms of temperatures of the the normal low around 15 or 16 degrees. we're in the upper 20's in concord, not all that bad, but of course, compared to the last several weeks, much, much cooler. lower 20's up north from the mid 20's and plymouth back to the lakes region and cooler in lebanon and keene, right now in 32 and jaffery at an even 30. the big change comes in starting tomorrow afternoon. the cold air is locked in, but eventually in time, the mild air
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part of the country and does afternoon. and it basically shows the story and it's mild up and down the eastern seaboard into tuesday and wednesday and then the warmth builds in even more so, by wednesday night and especially christmas eve day when many spots again, anywhere from southern new hampshire, points south, could be well into the 60's, that's right. and even though we'll cooldown a little bit on christmas day, friday, well above the average. now, the warm air overriding the cold stuff to the north is creating clouds. no big storm to think of. it's dry here, a couple of rain showers may develop to the north, but it's going to be dry tuesday morning before shower chances increase. sunshine, a few clouds giving way to developing sun and beyond that we go right into temperatures on the mild side. that's the big focus from here on out. today, though, it's cold.
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back into the teens and 20's and here we go through the next several days. notice where temperatures go. right around the average today. and well above the norm on monday, tuesday, wednesday, if that's well above the norm, what do we call thursday. friday, christmas day, bright and cooler, 15 degrees above the average. a couple of shower chances there, they've been trying to blast snow in the last showers, it's tough to hold onto it, hopefully a few of the trails will keep some snow. >> and they nournsed on -- they announced on twitter. >> you can search and find your way down. >> we'll know soon enough. >> what exploded? >> the tire, they were filling up a tire and it exploded. >> yes. >> that's the 911 call from the
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deadly tire explosion happened yesterday. an employee dead and a customer injured. stephanie woods has more on the investigation underway. >> they were shaken up by the whole ordeal, you work closely with someone, it hits you heard. >> justin almon at sandown was working at the sears auto center saturday morning changing a tire on the customer's truck. sergeant said that while almon was changing and industrial tire changer, it exploded. >> something they do every day and the rim and the tire were-- the inflation may have been a little too much for what the rim and the tire could handle. >> when police arrived on the scene, they found two men unconscious on the floor with almon suffering from blunt force trauma to the head. salem fire rushed him to the center where he was pronounced
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>> he coughed and moved his arm, that's why he was transported to the hospital, but at the hospital, he succumbed to the injuries. >> clark says the salem police department is not investigating whether sears auto center was negligent, but that would be under the jurisdiction of the occupational safety and health administration. >> at this point it's a workplace accident that we're looking into as a police department. >> sears released a statement. first and foremost our thoughts are with our associate and deepest condolences and that uts and concern to our customer who accident. >> even when you see it on a regular basis, that's still, especially this time of year, people have families that they us. >> salem police and osha continue to investigate the accident. in salem, stephanie woods, wmur
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>> and salem police say that the sears auto center at the mall at rackingham park is closed today. next on news 9 this morning, a new development regarding the boston marathon bombing, another person connected to dzhokhar tsarnayev to be sentenced next week. >> may the force be with you. >> one of the memorable moments, the three democratic candidates mace facing off for the final
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>> we're following a developing situation out of kenya. a flight from paris was diverted to kenya after a possible bomb was found on board. the suspicious package was found in one of the bathrooms. over 450 passengers were on board. >> new this morning, the man who loaned a gun to the men who killed officer sean collier, he testified that he loaned it to tsarnayev, he wanted it to rob students at university of rhode island.
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thousands of cases of chocolate are being pulled from the wal-mart shelves. because of fears of allergies. 6700 cases of dove asortment snowflakes, the items may include candies, including snickers, milky way and twix. they're concerned about anybody who has allergies to the aforementioned candies. one movie is taking people to a galaxy. >> the new "star wars" installment in california. no, no, no! >> oh! >> they heard amy coveno canceled. the projector literally stopped and as you can imagine, there was a major uproar in the theater at least by one guy there. the force awakens has surpassed $250 million globally on track to beat a weekend box office records. they got the projector going in
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so they got it going again, but you could see there's passionate fans out there. amy: passionate is the word. [laughter]. here is what's coming up on our next hour of news 9 this morning. >> we have a wrap-up of the biggest issues discussed at last night's debate. a look at bernie sanders first interview at wmur. >> live looks at manchester this morning, the sun coming up, it's going to be a chilly day. people are working harder than ever, but the everyday cost of even just buying groceries can be a stretch for too many families. hillary's plan: raise the minimum wage, get equal pay for women, cut taxes for the middle class, and new incentives for business to share profits with employees instead of just rewarding ceos. those at the top are doing just fine. it's your family that needs a raise. i'm hillary clinton, and i
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, muhr news 9 this morning. >> good morning, everybody, i'm sean mcdonald, a live look at middleton, they had some snow there. amy: the streets look wet. i'm amy coveno. a look at the top stories on the half hour. the lead democrats trying to get
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new hampshire last night. hillary clinton, martin o'malley and bernie sanders debated gun control and donald trump. and in keene, going door-to-door to check on residents after a problem at a liberty gas plant forced pure propane through the pipes. several people were checked for carbon monoxide symptoms. haddad. >> we saw some snowfall up there. >> it sticks to the ground in the northern woods and a few snow showers scooted down over parts of southern new hampshire. from the lakes region, notice there, rochester and down towards the coast, but right now, clouds are moving out. temperatures, yeah, on the chilly side, near 30, manchester near the coast, mid to upper 20's through the like sunapee zone and good part of the lakes region, mid 20's and much colder up north. in the low 20's in the white mountains and teens.
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start to warm up again and what about record warmth before this upcoming week is over? that's straight ahead. >> of course, we have to do more to incentivize profit sharing like we see with market basket here in new hampshire and new england, where all of the employees get a chance to share in the profits. >> for the only time before the primary the democratic hopefuls for president shared a stage here in new hampshire last night. in a debate even here on wmur. >> with less than two months after new hampshire votes, if you can believe that. martin o'malley, bernie sanders and hillary clinton discussed a wide range of issues. ray is here to break it down. >> good morning, looking to make up ground, martin o'malley came out swinging, trying to do anything about anything to gain on the frontrunners. the debate covering health care and education to national
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>> early on in the debate, the issue of gun control took center stage and marlin o'malley tried to distinguish himself. >> what we need is not more polls, we need principle. when isil does videos the best way to get guns in america is through a gun show, we need-- >> o'malley accused sanders and clinton of changing their positions on the issue over the years. >> who denies that it crazy to let people own guns that are mentally unstable. we've got to shut the gun show loophole, weapons that are designed for the military to kill people are not in the hand of civilians. >> guns in my opinion will not make people safer. we lose 33,000 a year to gun violence. arming more people to do what i
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response to terrorism. >> speaking of terrorism, the candidates agreed that the u.s. should not launch a ground war against isis, but that we need to be proactive. >> the major priority right now in terms of our foreign and military policy should be the destruction of isis. >> if the united states does not lead, there's not another leader, there's a vacuum and we have to lead if we're going to be successful. >> this is the new type of need to lead as a nation. coalitions. >> the biggest show down the candidates leading the polls and likability took a new approach. >> should corporate america love hillary clinton? >> everybody should. >> and will corporate america love a president sanders? >> no, i think they won't. >> now, the candidates also took aim at republican front runner donald trump, and in a sign of
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one of the abc commentators mentioned that trump didn't tweet something in the debates which he usually does. within moments trump posted a critical post. >> and bernie sanders gave us the first interview after the debate and gave his thoughts on the upcoming election. >> i think the reason we have stand an excellent chance in new hampshire and iowa as well. i think there will be a lot of voter turnout, enough is enough, we need to political evolution and we need to take on the billionaire class. >> sanders had a lot more to say from the campaign. to hear more of the interview log on to wmur.com or the app.
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room told our christine-- kristen carosa. >> i felt we were able to get our message, getting things done and new approaches and fresh thinking in our foreign policies and strategies and the more inclusive economy that was the hall mark of the united states. >> after the debate wrapped up. hillary clinton headed over to millie's to meet with supporters. hillary and hillary and bill clinton shook hands and they're planning more in the new year. >> i think this is fair to say that starting in january i will have my not so secret weapon. [applause]. we're going to cover as much ground in new hampshire as we possibly can.
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and the people that you welcome from other states who have known her and asking her, we need you. this is a very, very big thing and i'm very grateful. i was so proud of her tonight, but the proof is in the voting. and we've got to be up there every single day. after you take an appropriate holiday vacation. amy: and we assembled a panel of undecided voters from across the state of new hampshire to watch last night's debate. our jean mackin talked to them for their first reactions. jean: our group of voters came from all over the state of new hampshire with an important thing in common. they all said they were undecided going into the debate. the panel of undecided voters watched the debate from studio b
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some emerging with new insight into the candidates. >> i'm more familiar with them than i was before. i'm comfortable with that. but i think that hillary did an outstanding job. >> i have a lot of respect for governor o'malley. >> it formulated and could he alesced coalesced. >> they appreciated hearing issues close know new hampshire. >> heroin epidemic is affecting our economy. >> isis, the infrastructure and the electrical grid, i thought they nailed that. >> and some say the debate moved them into the decided column. >> i've got to say i really like him. i agree with about 99.9% of the stuff he said. >> with what bernie sanders said. >> yes, so i definitely think
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>> hillary clinton has been answering all the questions with vigor, she's got the ideas that are realistic and powerful and she's got my vote. >> i thought all three actually did very well. too bad they can't all be elected together. undecided voters now have a little more than seven weeks to make that decision. jeanne mackin, wmur news 9. amy: it's coming up quick. sean: it will be here before you know it. amy: education costs. the cheaper alternative more and more new hampshire students are trying out. >> more changes for the upcoming
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>> bragging rights are john kasich's an impatient rascal. paces, pushes. but, unlike some, his state is now booming. unlike some, john kasich has proven he can do the job. brought back jobs from mexico and china. keep us safe, make us boom. because he's done it before. only an impatient rascal can bring america back. john kasich. new day for america is responsible for the content of
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>> it's no secret. the cost of higher education keeps getting higher, but more and more students in new hampshire are finding a cheaper alternative to four-year schools.
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that's not the only factor with a big draw. >> you might be going up into the sky. >> michael whitney is a heating and cooling service technician. he's been in the industry for a few years and says he owes it all to manchester community college. >> this is one of the only schools around in the area that covers a degree in hvac so i could come out with an associate's degree. >> whit any completed the program and works for downing in portsmouth. >> pretty much anybody over there working has gone through this program and it makes for a great working environment there. >> the college system which consists of seven colleges and three academic centers. the schools offer a wide range of associate degrees and certificate programs and serves approximately 27,000 students annually, 40% of them are over the age of 24.
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and i'm not going to tell you, i wasn't scared. >> after 25 years, vicky carter needed a change and that's what led her back to school. >> i came back to manchester community college, because one, it's affordable and they provide a quality education program. >> students can transfer their credits to a four year college or university to complete their schooling and receive a bachelor's degree from na school, one of the benefits are going to a community in new hampshire. staff say affordability, growing online options, strong connections with industry partners and a more robust campus life that includes clubs and sports is drawing in students of all ages. enrollment within the community college system has doubled since the year 2000. >> we don't offer housing, but other than that we offer everything else, we offer athletics and excellent quality programs across the board.
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growth from 2001 to 20111. since that time, the upward trend has leveled off, but the amount of students enrolled is still historically high. >> over time, we have seen a significantly increase in younger students coming out of high school, wanting to start with us because they eventually want to end up at unh or granite state. >> i could have went to other universities to play basketball, but i attended her. >> he's paying on the school's basketball team. >> i'd be paying ten times more and it's the same education if not better. >> and the small class sizes draw many people, including the biotechology students. >> they'll be graduating this year. >> they let me go at my own
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>> the program gives me insight into the biopharma industry. it was very affordable for me. >> the cost to go to a community college in new hampshire is approximately $6,000 a year. the state has frozen tuition for the last three years and attendance is growing. reporting in the studio, kristen carosa. wmur news 9. >> now, chief meteorologist mike haddad with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> a good part of the month of december featuring well above former temperatures, near average over the past 24 hours and the same story today. take a look, it's mainly clear, a little on the breezy side and temperatures are quite chilly, but believe it or not, even though it's cooler than it's been, still above the average for this early part of the day. >> notice satellite imagery, clouds are breaking up the past couple of hours, we had low
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new hampshire, thinning out and the snow shower activity is shutting down as well. a few lingering flakes in the heart of the presidential range, that's it. in terms of snow for today, and probably for that matter the rest of this upcoming week as temperatures are headed higher. right now, lower 20's, that's in it berlin and whitefield. laconia at 27, concord at 28 degrees, and it's marked by, again by some cooler air, running below where they could be or will be in the coming days, above the average, a normal low is about 15 or 16. so, still above that. speaking above normal temperatures, if you look closely enough, in the mid part of the country, there's a little wedge of warmth trying to ride up toward st. louis back through lincoln, nebraska and points south and that's going to ach in towards the ohio valley today and by tomorrow, that brings hampshire. so, today a lot of low clouds up north early.
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mostly sunny skies elsewhere and they'll move in tomorrow. despite the cloud cover, it should stay dry. the exception far northern reaches of the state and there could be a shower towards evening. no showers out there for today. anything that would fall up north would be in the form of snow and the flurries are winding down. plenty of sunshine for your sunday and just a little breezy out of the northwest and temperatures certainly on the chilly side. notice on monday, partial son early and then clouds begin to move in from the south and west and looks like a chance of a shower up north by evening and maybe another one overnight. a little bit of sun tuesday and more clouds move in and the best chance of showers between now and tuesday night, will be tuesday afternoon. upper 20's will do it for highs today and 30's elsewhere, and to around 40 and far southern parts of the state, most of us feeling like upper 20's and lower 30's with the wind. speaking of the wind. it may play with foxborough, not that bad. if you have tickets headed down
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regular season home game against the titans, 38 at kickoff. at 1:00, go pats! for today mostly sunny, breezy, chilly upper 20's north, upper 30's south. teens and 20's tonight and then tomorrow, here comes the warm-up. back into the 40's. upper 40's despite showers tuesday afternoon, near 50 on wednesday, showers late day into the night and only on thursday, and here comes record warmth, in time for christmas eve day, could be near 60. right now, here it's time tore sports. here is jason king. >> now, news 9 sports. >> hey, everyone, granite state bragging rights on the line, where the unh and dartmouth men's basketball team was met. 33 wins for new hampshire and 32 for dartmouth. first half, they are going to
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point and a game high 19 points, at the other end, smith uses the screen and finds some room to shoot and he buried a three. a team high 12 for dartmouth. they kick it out to a wide open pat mack mc na mara. the wildcats were tough yesterday. a great look to jacoby armstrong. he had 12 points. unh wildcats win 76-56. southern new hampshire women were home on saturday hosting fisher, penman in the right, and a nice pass, she scores. underneath to lorenzen for an easy bucket. 87 87-
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they're off for the christmas break, back in action next saturday and play at adirondack. how about school hockey. second period bedford up 1-zip. still in the second. shaun matigan with the backhand and the bedford bulldogs take a 4-0 lead and they go on to win a final of 7-6. bishop brady played londonderry. 1-0 in the first. patrick maloney forces the turnover and that's at one. and they took a 4-2 lead in the second period, but leo with a great energy pass to lemoora. that cut the lead and goes to overtime and bishop brady wins it in ot, 6-5. bowl season, a couple of good games.
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quarter, tanner picked off by dominic hatfield. he goes 46 yards the other way. the first five buy possessions were all turnovers. after the first quarter, in the fourth, man gum dives into the end zone. byu came all the way back and came up just a bit short. utah holds on 35-28. how about arizona and new mexico. in the new mexico bowl. third quarter arizona leading 35-24. and jared baker, up the middle. wildcats. they go on to win it 45-37. while we're talking football. the patriots there in action this afternoon. they have tennessee at 1:00, the patriots win combined with the denver broncos loss and the pats will clinch a first round buy in the playoffs. >> a 1:00 game.
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a historic time in new hampshire
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>> if you've ever snapped a picture at a political event or met a political hopeful as they toured the granite state. exhibit. sean: there's a display celebrating new hampshire's role in the primary.
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and special focus on the jfk campaign in 1960 thanks to his campaign manager. it's slated to run through the presidential primary which, as we mentioned, is coming up quick. amy: it's a neat opportunity. mike: you mentioned the primary, maybe by then we'll have snow in southern new hampshire. amy: you're anxious for snow? e . mike: i want the ski areas to succeed. but the sunshine will get us back in the upper 30's and then temperatures take off again starting tomorrow. we'll take a look at mild air that moves in tomorrow and when we could actually see record warmth because it's in the seven day forecast, the time line where those temperatures hand and of course, a sneak peek in christmas day and beyond. many rushing out to do their last minute holiday shopping. i guess last minute would actually be wednesday and
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do ok today. amy: all right, the news continues at the top of the hour. democratic debate, we have a complete wrap-up of the events
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that we run. >> this is a major epidemic and it has hit new hampshire and vermont particularly hard. >> we should all be waking up. we need comprehensive gun safety legislation. amy: democratic debate. three democrats go head to head taking the national stage here in new hampshire. we have a complete wrap-up of last night's events. mike: chilly across new hampshire today, but mild air does arrive soon. when it arrives and how it could be christmas time. sean: hundreds at homes in keene were exposed to carbon monoxide. what it means for residents. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire. 8:00 on sunday, december 20th, i'm amy coveno. sean: i'm sean mcdonald. we will have complete breakdown of the debate in a minute. first we want to talk about your
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let's check in with chief meteorologist mike haddad. mike: a nice chilly start if you like that. if you like it warmer, yeah, we're headed bah being in that direction. live picture in plymouth. showing blue skies and a quiet start. watch out especially northern parts of the state and snow covered roads and elsewhere, it's high andre and the clouds, and upper 20'sen lower 30's, south, where do we end up? >> upper 20's to 30's and approaching in southern new hampshire. again, it does turn milder, starting tomorrow when there's record warmth in the extended outlook. we'll look at that ahead. >> guns in and of themselves in my opinion will not make americans safer. we lose 33,000 people a year to gun violence. >> who denies that it's crazy to
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criminals or who are mentally unstable. we've got to eliminate the gun show loophole. >> isil training videos are telling lone wolves, the easiest way to buy a combat assault weapon in america is at a gun show and it's because of the flip-flopping, political approach of washington that both of my two colleagues have represented there for 40 years. >> yeah, things got heated. and the debate you saw here on wmur at st. anselm college. amy: with just three candidates on the stage, there was time for exchanging ideas. a look at what they addressed. >> as we just saw there were heated exchange during the nearly three hour debate. they saved the harshest words from donald trump. >> right off the bat, bernie
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data breach concerns that days. >> there was a breach because the vendor skewed up and information came to our case. in this case, the staff did the information. >> obviously, yes, i apologize. we were distressed because we've hard order. now that, it should move on. >> martin o'malley related a story told to him by a muslim friends putting his kids to bed. >> one of his little boys said, dad, what happens if donald trump wins and we have to move out of our home. >> mr. trump has a great capacity to use bluster and
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make them think there are easy answers to very complex questions. enemies. we hate all the muslims because the muslims are interestists. meme, the rich get richer. >> when it turned to syrian refugees. they asked about maggie hassan saying it should be halted. >> i agree we have to have the toughest screening that we can have. >> a halt? >> i don't think a halt is necessary. >> we need to be the nation whose enduring symbol a the statue of liberty and act like the great country we have according to our values. we've learned that two other sanders staffers have been diskekd.
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topics. >> the place to be was the spin room. that's where we found kristen coverage. >> media packed the spin room. we spoke with representatives from the party to get their talk how the candidates performed. >> i think it was fantastic. you heard a real message of candidates that i think really addresses the concerns of the people of new hampshire. when you compare that to what you heard on tuesday, which is so much fear mongering and ugliness and yelling at each other and you saw three adults on the stage. >> they started with a substantive discussion with the issues most important to americans and talked about their vision of how they would continue to build on the economic success that we've had. help americans reach the middle class. talked about how they would expand access to people who simply want to get a good education that's affordable. >> in manchester.
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>> one topic brought up during the debate hits home for a lot of people in the granite state. the heroin epidemic and how to combat it. >> we need to understand that addiction is a disease and not a criminal activity. and that means-- and that means radically changing the way we deal with mental health ap addiction issues. >> there are too many opioids and that leads to heroin addiction and change the way we do law enforcement and we need more programs and facilities. when somebody is ready to get help, there's a place for them to go and every law enforcement overdose. the best place to intervene, the best indicator when a person is actually on the verge of killing themselves because of addiction is at the hospital, that very first time they show up with a near miss, we should be intervening there. >> according to the office of
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have been 292 opioid over doses in new hampshire this year. amy: back at wmur we assembled a panel of undecided voters across new hampshire to watch last night's debate. some walked away with a clearer picture who they would be vote are for, they all left with the issues. >> combatting heroin, that's affecting our economy. >> and isis, they went in depth with it, the infrastructure of the country and the electrical grid i thought they nailed that. >> undecided voters have a little more than seven weeks to make their final decision. the republican candidate are continuing their bids for the white house today. governor john kasich and ben carson are in the state. they'll attend manchester, portsmouth and and dr. carson will have town hall meetings
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and nashua college. along with the forum. sean: our coverage continues on close-up. wmur political director discusses the candidates' performance. >> my big thing, i think that all three candidates had a pretty good night and i don't think that anybody had any disastrous moments and i think that each candidate comes out of this in basically the same position they were going in. >> you can hear more analysis, starting at 10 a.m. at close-up here on wmur. >> if you missed any of last night' debate, you can catch up with wmur.com. we have video of the debate, and candidates memorable moments and the time lapse video of the state log onto wmur.com or our mobile app as well. scenes. >> love the time lapse.
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coverage from us. a serious warning in keene. more than 1200 homes exposed to carbon monoxide. the problems that caused the levels of the gas. >> saying goodbye to an army
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>> em with back, -- welcome back. 8:12. we'll take a look when we could see record warmth in a little bit. sean: clear and cold there. over 1200 keene residents put on alert after high levels of carbon monoxide were detected. this sent four people to the hospital. according to liberty utilities, there was pure propane sent to customers in keene which lead them to carbon monoxide exposure.
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in a building due to the high levels of corps-- carbon monoxide. >> i have two young children and it was a red flag for me for sure. >> and they assisted keene firefighters shutting off the gas to homes that had high levels of c-o. the situation had been deemed clear. amy: the final goodbye to an army corporal killed in georgia december 11th. yesterday, funeral services were held for aimesbury in dover. he served one tour in afghanistan. still to come here this morning. one worker is dead, a customer seriously hurt after a tire exploded inside an auto center. the investigation underway right now.
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>> now, chief meteorologist mike haddad with your storm watch forecast.
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over 6,000 feet up and for that matter, a good part of central and northern new hampshire. that's life up there at the observatory in winter. no doubt about it, it's well miles per hour. take a look right now, farther to the south over a good portion of the monadnock region. we have clouds and partial sunshine and the way of south and east parts of the state. down through manchester and towards the coast. clouds breaking up over the past few hours and the snow showers dwindling as well in the north country and as we advanced through this sunday we're going to see a lot of sun in many parts of the state. again, the low clouds will eventually give way to sun, west and north of concord. winter chill in the air right now, continues through tonight and the mild air mikes a return and speaking of mild air, take a look at that. record warmth likely thursday. christmas eve day. 60 plus cannot be ruled out in parts of southern new hampshire. right now though, only around 30.
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sun and flurries upnorth will quickly end and a sunny day in the north country as well. at least partial sunshine and mostly sunny, in berlin and whitefield, four below a -- and low 30's in the lower part of the merrimack valley and in keene and also in a good part of in. we'll look at the overnight temperatures in the northern yet. later on today, a surge of spring spring-like warmth in the ohio valley and the next stop is in new hampshire. maybe not record warmth, but with cold air retreating temperatures jump at or above the average and well above the norm for tuesday, wednesday, and then to thursday when the spring warmth really brings in here, a
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record breaking warmth in a big way. 60 plus concord south and maybe up into the part of the lakes low clouds are beginning to break up. more clouds back to the west and you'll notice on futurecast, at least in the next couple of hours, even the clouds will part for at least some sunshine, even in the great north woods, by later on today, more sunshine and early on monday, clouds roll in during the afternoon, widely scattered showers in the north country, but a good part of the day even up north will feature dry weather, a little bit of sun on tuesday and then more clouds move on in with showers likely anywhere for tuesday afternoon. take a look at the sky cast over manchester, for today. the bright skies there, temperatures topping off into the upper 30's and it will be chilly before the mild air makes a return. you knew it wasn't going to last that long with the cold air after the warm start to the month. maybe going right back in that direction. quite cold, teens north and west
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20's elsewhere, the low to mid 40's and there could be a shower up north late, but a good part of the day dry. better chance of widely scattered showers tuesday afternoon and more wet weather late wednesday night into thursday. not only does it warm up, but it dries out as well. so it could be pleasant for those heading out thursday afternoon and for christmas eve festivity ies festivities. and temperatures 60's plus, but 50's, the average in late october and early april. sean: not good sledding conditions out there. mike: no, that would be a struggle. have to find some interesting tracks to get down some roads or grass. >> thanks. >> what exploded? >> a tire, filling up a tire and it exploded. >> yes. amy: that's the 911 call from the sears center in salem where
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employee is dead and a customer injured in the incident. stephanie woods has more details on the explosion and investigation underway. >> they were pretty shaken up by the whole deal. you work close with someone every day, it hits you hard. justin almon was working truck. while he was changing the tire on an industrial tire changer, the tire exploded. >> it's something that they do every day, you know, and just the rim of the tire where -- the inflation may have been a little too much for what the rim of the tire could hand l le handle. stephanie: when first arrived, they found two men unconscious on the floor with almon with blunt force trauma to the head.
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he was pronounced dead. he coughed and moved his arm and that's why he was transported to the hospital, but at the injuries. >> the customer, 23-year-old adam adam sproul of boothbay, maine was transported. and there's a investigation n investigation. >> it's a workplace accident that we're looking into it. >> sears says, first and foremost the thoughts of prayers are with the family of our associate and we'll send our deepest condolences to them. and we send thoughts and concerns to our customers who was injured in this tragic accident. >> even when you see it on a regular basis, you see it, especially this time of year, people have families they want to go home to. >> sales police in osha continue
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stephanie woods, news 9. >> salem police say that the auto center a the rockingham park a closed today. >> a new development regarding the boston marathon bombing and another person connected with tsarnayev sentenced. >> and the three democratic
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for lynn's family, the big stress is paying four hundred dollars a month in medical and drug costs for aidan. for other families it's higher deductibles, premiums and co-pays that keep adding up. that's why we've got to crack down on price gouging, cap out-of-pocket costs, and fast track approval of less expensive generic drugs. because we've got to get health care costs under control for lynn's family and for yours. i'm hillary clinton and i
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>> we're following a developing story out of kenya. an air france flight headed to paris was diverted to kenya after a suspected bomb was found on board. kenyan officials say six passengers are now being questioned. the suspicious package was discovered in one of the plane's bathrooms. over 450 passengers were on board. >> a man who loaned a gun to the boston marathon bombers to kill officer sean colliers will be sentenced. silva testified that he let tsarnayev borrow the handgun two months before the bombings. he says that tsarnayev want it had to rob students at the university of rhode island. amy: coming up on news 9, it was a big night for presidential hopefuls. we have a wrap-up of the issues on the debate and bernie sanders with the first interview after
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> and a chilly start to our morning. 8:31 right now. a live look at goffstown right at the freezing mark, but the skies are starting to clear a little bit. amy: some pretty colors in the sky. i'm amy coveno. the half hour, the party trying to get the nod squared off. hillary clinton, bernie sanders, and martin o'malley talked about everything from guns to donald trump. and pure propane was forced through pipes, several people were checked for carbon monoxide symptoms. we'll get to those stories, but first, chief meteorologist mike haddad. mike: the cold is going to
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starting today, mild air moves in here. plymouth showing blue skies, a few scattered clouds. you'll notice on the satellite picture that we have the clouds parting already up north. a lot of sunshine for sunshine and temperatures, yeah, on the chilly side. and starting off from freezing, manchester, points to south and southeast in parts of the monadnock region. and bouncing back to freezing. in the teens and 20's across the northern parts of the state and even cooler than that in pittsburgh, and right up towards the canadian border, where it's down near 10 degrees. starting tomorrow, it warms up and how much so, we'll take a look coming up in a few minutes. >> of course, we have to do more to incentivize profit sharing like we see with market basket here in new england where all of the employees get a chance to share in the profits. for the only time before the
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for president shared a stage in new hampshire in a debate seen here on wmur. >> with less than two months before new hampshire votes, marlin o' marlin -- martin o'malley was here to break it down. >> mar hidden-- martin o'malley do anything to try to do everything, but toned it down a bit, covered from health care, education, national security and isis. early on in the debate, the issue of gun control took center stage. and martin o'malley tried to distinguish himself from the other candidates. >> what we need on this issue is not more polls, we need more principle. when isil does training video that says the easiest way to get an assault combat weapon in united states of america is at a gun show, we should all be waking up. we need comprehensive gun safety legislation and--
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clinton of changing their positions over the years. >> who denies that it's crazy to allow people to own guns who are criminals or are mentally unstable. we've got to eliminate the gun show loop show, in my view we have got to see that weapons designed by the military to kill people are not in the hands much civilians. >> gun in-- guns in the hands of people is not making it safer. >> the u.s. should not launch a ground war against isis, but that we need to be proactive. >> the major priority in terms of a foreign and military policy should be destruction of isis. >> if the united states does not lead, there is not another leader, there is a vacuum and we have to lead if we're going to be successful.
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threats that we're facing and we need to lead as a nation in confronting it and putting together new alliances and coalitions. >> the biggest showdowns were among the candidates leading the polls and the issue of likability took a new approach. >> should corporate america love hillary clinton? >> everybody should. >> and will corporate love a president sanders? >> no, i think they won't. >> the candidates took aim at front runner donald trump and in a sign of the times during the analysis, one of the commentators said that trump hadn't tweeted during the debate, something he usually does. and within minutes, trump fired off a critical post. >> ray brewer, news 9. >> senator bernie sanders stopped by our table and gave us his first under view after the debate. he gave his thoughts on the election. >> a chance to win in new
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think there's going to be a large voter turnout and a lot of enough. solution-- >> and sanders had more to say from data breach concerns as well as his apology. to hear the complete interview, log onto wmur.com or the wmur mobile app. martin o'malley stopped by in the spin room and he told our kristen carosa how the debate went and how the message came across to voters. >> i felt like we were able to deliver our message of new leadership, getting things done, and the sort of new approaches and fresh thinking that we need both in our foreign policy and national security strategies and also the more inclusive economy that was the hallmark of the united states. >> after the debate wrapped up. hillary clinton headed over to millie's in manchester to meet with supporters. hillary and former president bill clinton shook hands and
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about the future of her campaign. they're planning bigger things in the new year. >> i think this is -- this is fair to say that starting in january i will have my not so secret weapon. >> we're going to cover as much ground in new hampshire as we possibly can. >> the native people of new hampshire and the people that you welcome from other states who have known her every step of her life who come up here and whose door they should knock on, we need you. this is a very, very big thing and i'm very grateful. i was so proud of her tonight, but the proof is in the voting. and we've got to be out there every single day.
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holiday vacation. >> yeah, the holiday. so how did the candidates do during this debate? andy smith from the unh center gave analysis. >> i think if anybody benefitted, i think it's probably hillary clinton, she wanted to make it through the debate without a major gaffe. >> we assembled a group of undecided voters and our jean mackin had the reactions. >> this were from all over the state of new hampshire with something in common. they were undecided before the debate. >> they watched from the studio in wmur and some taking notes and some with more insight. >> i'm more familiar with them than i was before so i'm comfortable with that, but i
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outstanding job. >> i have a lot more respect for governor o'malley than when i came in. >> i'm undecided, but helped to formulate and coalesce thoughts i had about them. i'm impressed with senator sanders at his age being so up and spritely. >> issues in new hampshire. epidemic. >> isis, obviously they went in depth with it, the infrastructure of the countries and the electrical grid. i thought they nailed that. >> and some say the debate moved them into the decided column. i've got to say i really like him. i agree with about 99.9% of the stuff he said. >> with what bernie sanders said? >> yes, so i think he's definitely going to get my votements. >> hillary clinton has been answering all the questions with
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are realistic and powerful. she's got my vote. >> i thought all three, actually did very well. too bad they can't all be elected together. undecided voters now have a little more than seven weeks to make that decision. jean mackin, wmur news 9. amy: coming up this morning on close-up, wmur political director discusses the candidate's performance with neil lavek from the national institute of politics. >> i think that five days before christmas, the gloves came off for the democratic candidates for the first time. i thought that o'malley did not have a good night and clinton and sanders clearly got into it. >> to hear more analysis starting at 10:00 on close-up here on wmur. >> we hope you stay with us, next, the high school hockey season is kicking into high gear. highlights ahead in sports. >> a chilly one, more changes move in for the week ahead.
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>> coming up in new hampshire's business.
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>> welcome to new hampshire's business, i'm fred kocher. in a minute we'll talk to the start-up business in new hampshire. first look at the graphic from the kaufman foundation and group saying that u.s. business rose for the first time in five years during 2015 with the largest year over year increase in the
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here in new hampshire, the sba in concord, small business administration in concord says that they're retired executive and the score chapter, helped about 257 businesses, start why ups in new hampshire last year, and private investors helped about 198 businesses over the last three years. so, we have a lot of start-up activity in new hampshire. but here is the newest one in new hampshire. take a look. they're a roasting company on the seacoast, they makov-- make could have-- coffvee, c-o-f-f-v-e-e. it contains resveratrol. mark, welcome. >> thank you. >> and glenn miller founder of the vera rowing company and organic chemistry in new hampshire. welcome. >> thank you, fred. >> where did you get in idea,
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>> as you mentioned resveratrol is a potent anti- oxidant in red wine and there's been studies linking red wine, the french have a lower incidents of coronary artery disease despite with fats. this is attributed to red wine. there have been studies about the health benefits of red wine and those studies seem to point the finger at rest var trillion. >> we're going to drink some of this coffee in a minute and how you put this together. mark, glenn is based in your new england innovation center in portsmouth. what do you do to help glenn get the business started? you've done it for a number of businesses. >> we're trying to help get the new hampshire economy going and i met glenn at the new hampshire
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which i started with unh back in worked on together. >> right. >> and when he came up with this idea, he showed up at our doorstep and collaborated with the team at our center. >> and you provided expertise to the company plus funding, right. >> not so much funding, we help get funding when necessary, but we basically fill in the gaps in the start-up team. >> ok, glenn, now let's walk through this. we have grapes and coffee beans here in my hand and we have the finished product in our thermos and cups. how does it come together? >> grapes are found naturally in several places, there they are. >> i'm sorry, resveratrol is found naturally in several places, one of them being the skips of red grapes. so the resveratrol can be extracted from the skins of
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to infuse it into coffee beans. >> and then you rose it? >> the beans are roasted first place. >> it's afterwards? >> yes, after the roasting. and you arrive at the final product, coffvee. >> c-o-f-f-v-e-e. the v or vera rowing. >> and from resveratrol. amy: your first production line has been sold out and new you have more production lines. >> we're selling it online at vera veraroasting.com. >> let's drink it, i'm going to tell them how good it is. >> that's delicious, delicious. >> thank you, fred. >> and that's the mild? >> that's the medium roast. >> the medium roast, but you
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>> we have a dark french roast. and in a double blind the medium beat 5-1 and the french roast 7-1. >> what's the potential market for this in ten seconds. industry. >> that says it all. ok, glenn miller, who is the founder of vera roasting company on the seacoast and mark galvin, managing direction of the new england innovation center. good luck with this, you'll sell it at christmas time. >> if orders are in by monday at 2:30 in the afternoon, it will be delivered in time for christmas. >> at veraroasting.com. v-e-r-a roasting.com. if you want to see the interview again and see us sip some coffvee, go to wmur.com and economy. >> now, the forecast. mike: he didn't leave any around
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what's not gone is a coating of snow in parts of the monadnock region. out there in dublin. you've had your first coating in a few spots, but believe it or not, we're going to see that melting away as temperatures begin to climb over the next couple of days. believe it or not, not one inch of snow in the same capital and we're ready to hit record books soon. december the 23rd. the latest first inch of snow in concord and we'll pass that one and pass the christmas eve date as well. december 29th, didn't question whether the pattern turns more active at that time. it looks more wet than white as we approach the new year. in the short-term, we're tracking light snowfalls moving on through, at least late starting with some snow up north. a coating as much as three inches earlier this morning, and right now, it's all drying up. take a look at satellite imagery.
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a few extra low clouds lingering in the great north woods and the part of the mountains. with the stories ending, sunshine for everyone on this sunday. it's quite chilly in the part of the makes region. 21 right now in wildfield and 28 degrees, manchester right now at 32, and we've got lots of sunshine, back to the west, it's cooler here, with the northwest flow coming in, 27 in the upper the coast. >> tracking all week long, the budge of warm air, an area of disturbed weather with the clouds and cool air in the great lakes and it's not that stormy and it's certainly much warmer than it is right now and that's moving right towards new hampshire. so, here it comes. the first sign of that, the increasing cloud cover and again, it's created by the warm air overriding cold air, but without a big disturbance in the atmosphere, no rain, no snow to be had, it warms up into the 40's with a slight chance of a shower up north.
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flurries end quickly, other than that, developing sun and a sunny sky state-wide for the afternoon. fair skies tonight, and a partial sun in the morning before the clouds take over in the afternoon. once we get by, there's clouds in the north country and we jump ahead to tuesday, many of us see a couple of scattered showers during the course of the afternoon. highs today, quite chilly, upper 20's far north and upper 30's south. foxborough, last season regular game. 38 degrees at kickoff and at 1:00, a little breezy out of the northwest. for today, fair skies, for tonight we've got the fair skies as well and quite chilly, teens and 20's will do it by early tomorrow morning, and once we get beyond that time frame. it's mid 40's tomorrow, mid to upper 40's on tuesday with scattered afternoon showers and notice wednesday we approach 50
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spots hitting 60 plus record warmth, drying out after the morning showers, and christmas day looks bright and pleasantly mild around 50 degrees. now, time for sports, here is jason king. >> now, news 9 sports. >> hey, everyone, good basketball game at durham on saturday. unh and dartmouth meeting for the 66th time. unh in the all-time series 33 wins. dartmouth 32. a close series so far. and first half, knocking down a three-pointer from the point and he had a game high 19 points. the other end, gillian smith, buried a three, time high 12 for dartmouth. unh was tough. kick it out to pat mcnamara and he scores a three. and he finished with six points
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and the wildcats win by 20, . the southern new hampshire women at home fisher, a nice pass, and she scores a pair for for the penn men. and a nice look at kylie, an easy bucket for southern new hampshire. on traps significance, erin doherty, nice block, penn men roll. and at toledo, monarchs shut out 2-1. they're off through christmas. back in action next saturday at adirondack. action on pinkerton, bedford in front, 1 zip, a score for the bulldogs, still in the second, a backhanded goal and the bedford bulldogs roll over the astros, 7-zip. and how about bishop brady.
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patrick maloney forces the turnover and he scores. a 4-2 lead in the second period, but a great energy pass to max lemoora. he about uts it in the -- puts it in the back of the net. the game would go to overtime and giants win 6-5, the final in ot. the bruins in action, and they host the new jersey devils, the 5:00 start and patriots have the titans and that's at 1:00. that's sports. >> still to come on news 9, election season is historic time and a new exhibit explores the politics. this. shot. take a look at the loon on the
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>> well, if you've ever snapped a picture to a political event or attended a rally or political hopeful. you can be part of a new exhibit. >> and the exhibit in manchester celebrated the roll in new hampshire's first in the nation's primary. there's a special focus on the jfk campaign from 1960 thanks to his late campaign manager. and they're looking for your submissions for this. help out. the exhibition is slated to run through the presidential
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and i bet a lot of selfies, no doubt. >> and a picture of this crew. amy: a motley crue, aren't me? >> and 32 in manchester and a bit above that in the coast, and down through nashua. we top off near 40 and it starts to warm up. by christmas eve day thursday, we could be 60 plus from concord south. get ready, spring is coming back in december. amy: that's just unnatural. thank you for joining us this morning, be sure to do you know
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