tv News 9 Noon ABC December 22, 2015 12:00pm-12:30pm EST
a higher minimum wage, lower taxes for the middle class. she gets the job done for us. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. erin: now at noon, police say a mother and her two children -- family members including her 8-year-old son caught shoplifting in salem. a day in court for a deering man accused of firing several shots while fighting with his son. kevin: the first of two systems before record breaking warmth. all the details with futurecast ahead. erin: and extra security at all nashua schools after a threat shutdown the district to start the week. like we do.
[captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] erin: we begin this noon with the weather. right now the rain has moved in and will be heavy at times, and then we are in for a warmup which is discouraging news for ski areas. good afternoon. i am erin fehlau. the countdown to christmas is on but it certainly doesn' t feel like it. we could actually break records. s check in with meteorologist kevin skarupa to see how warm it will get. kevin: temperatures at above the average when you added the ground, easy to do. coming along with milder air, two chances of rain before we get to the record-breaking chance. rainfall around through the afternoon. but another one right on its heels. temperatures either side of 40. central part of the state, stay in the mid-30' s. we will approach 50 at couple of
warmest of the temperatures peaking on christmas eve. it will be christmas day before another cooldown sets up. erin: new this noon, a mother is under arrest in salem after police say she, along with her niece and eight-year-old son, were caught shoplifting. and what' s even more disturbing is police say she has just left the courthouse facing a similar charge. wmur' s heather hamel is live in salem with the story. heather: she was out on bail for a charge related to shoplifting and as he said, salem police say she had just left the circuit court but she wasted no time grabbing items and walking out. monday, adelaida jordan was with her eight-year-old son and a niece. ernie' s was also charge and will be arraigned at a later date. the group was seen by prevention officers at kohl'
they were taking of getting out of the packaging and then leaving the store. jordan' s son appeared to be participating in the crime. jordan' s son was released to another family member and as for his mother, she has only been arraigned and is being held on $7,500 cash bail and is been ordered by judge not to go into any salem stores. heather hamel, wmur news 9. erin: also in salem this noon, police have arrested five people accused of passing counterfeit bills at several stores. officers first responded to market basket, but it appears this group also used the fake money at marshall' s and home dept, according to authorities. four of them are from philadelphia. the fifth is from nashua. all 5 of them faced a judge this morning. a deering man faces three charges after police say he fired shots into the ground while fighting with his son. but also nearby was a young child, who police say was put in danger. wmur'
deering this noon with the story. ray: the adult son who andrew lyles was allegedly arguing with says his dad has been under a lot of stress lately and last night his dad just snapped. clearly still upset by the events that unfolded monday night, 44-year-old andrew lyles was arraigned on video in circuit court. it was just before 9:00 monday night when he got into an argument with his adult son. according to the son, who didn' t want to go on camera, during the argument, lyles brought a gun and went outside. it was last was standing in his front yard in deering that he allegedly fired the gun into the ground near reggie.-- near a jeep. >> during and a message violence argument, your adult son, the defendant did fire multiple rounds of 45 acp ammunition from
shooting into the ground, his infant granddaughter was nearby police say if a bullet had ricocheted, it could have seriously injured someone. in court, the prosecutor noted this action was out of character for lyles but there remain concerns. >> he has no criminal history but the discharge of the firearm in this area was very dangerous. ray: lyles is charged with domestic violence, threatening with a deadly weapon, and negligent discharge of a firearm. if he does post a $5,000 bail he has been ordered to have no contact with his adult son or his adult son' s wife. that could be a problem, because all three were living at that home along with the granddaughter. ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: extra security this noon as nashua students head back to the classroom. all public schools were closed
threat sent to the district over the weekend. officials say it was specific to the city' s two high schools and said students would be hurt. police are not saying what specifically was in the threat but they' re confident schools are safe. right now the investigation continues after this accident last night in manchester involving a police cruiser. police say 3 people, including -- police say one of the other drivers failed to stop for a red light, causing this crash. police say 3 people, including two manchester officers, were taken to the hospital to be treated for minor injuries. they have since been released. hundreds of people gathered this morning to say goodbye to a longtime instructor at the new hampshire fire academy. captain robert pragoff died unexpectedly last week. he was part of the fire department in deering for 25 years before retiring in 2008. he was also an instructor at the academy for 10 years.
in commitment 2016 this noon, it' s a busy day for republicans on the campaign trail in new -- in the granite state. chris christie made a morning stop at popovers in portsmouth. it was his only scheduled event today. and marco rubio is in the north country, where he held a town hall at the vfw in berlin and will hold another one tonight at the elks lodge in littleton. this afternoon jeb bush is visiting both berlin and littleton as well. also this noon, will donald trump need to apologize for an offensive remark about hillary clinton? while trump takes aim at the democratic front-runner, a new national ball shows senator ted cruz is gaining more ground against the billionaire. reporter: to an enthusiastic crowd in grand rapids, michigan, donald trump unleashed his fiercest attack yet on hillary clinton.
reporter: using a sexually derogatory term to describe how she was beaten by barack obama in 2008. mr. trump: she was favored to win and she got [bleep] reporter: criticizing her for taking a bathroom break during the debate. mr. trump: i know where she went, it is disgusting. "donald trump is on video and isis is using him on the video to recruit!" and it turned out to be a lie. reporter: trump is calling on clinton to apologize for the ice is going, but clinton' s camp says hell no, while still not providing proof of a video. what about an apology from trump? mr. trump: she got [bleep] reporter: a new poll shows that african-americans would be embarrassed of trump were president. senator ted cruz is now just 4
hillary clinton' s campaign say they will not responded to come but say that his degrading language humiliates all women. erin: straight ahead at noon, the manhunt is intensifying. u.s. marshals have released a wanted poster and offering a reward in the search for a texas teen convicted of four counts of intoxication manslaughter. and another hit for chipotle. the cdc is now investigating a second e-coli outbreak this year. kevin: warmth runs of the east coast along with another rain chance before big changes by the time we get to the weekend. erin: and in "grow it green," if you have spent all your money on gifts and have none left to buy a centerpiece tips on how to , gather greens and make one
erin: facing charges of desertion misbehavior before the enemy, u.s. army sgt bowe bergdahl made his first appearance before a military judge. he deferred entering a plea and did not decide whether he wants to face a court-martial with a jury or one with just a judge. he walked off his post in afghanistan and
was held by the taliban for 5 years. he could get life in prison for the misbehavior charge.
manhunt for ethan couch, the so-called affluenza teen from texas, believed to be on the run with his mother. u.s. marshals are now calling this a major case and for the first time, we are hearing from one of
the agents leading the hunt. here' s abc' s elizabeth hur. elizabeth the u.s. marshals and fbi are not ruling anything out. sources tell abc news that by now, it is assumed ethan made try to change his appearance. g >> we always keep it in the back of our mind that they may not be completely truthful with us. elizabeth: the u.s. marshal revealing that while it is believed he is on the run with his mother, possibly traveling in her forte pickup truck, she is into the only person -- she is not the only person who could be in trouble with the law. >> other family members or associates, friends, anyone
elizabeth: couch was 16 when he killed four people driving front in 2013 but was sentenced to only probation using the affluenza defense, condition caused by his wealthy upbringing, running them from it is not an
officially recognized diagnosis. couch, now 18, vanished early this month after skipping his probation hearing and this video showed him at a party with the twitter. -- beer pong table was posted on twitter. >> i think that is what set him running when the video service. >> we are going to find ethan and bring him back. elizabeth: u.s. marshall went on to say that kids are coming in from across the country and around the world, with ethan still on the run, there is that had thousand dollar reward being offered in -- the $5,000 reward being offered in this case. erin: right now fast-food chain , chipotle is at the center of
affecting customers in three states. just two weeks ago 140 college with norovirus after eating there, and earlier this year 52 people got sick in 9 different states. we are setting records with the warmth heading our way. kevin: 10 degrees above normal for december so far and we see a shift in the pattern eventually and we will talk about that coming up. if you are looking for the perfect holiday centerpiece don' t forget to check your own yard. we' ll shares some tips on how easy it is next. sanders: over 2 million contributions have been made to the only campaign that rejects a corrupt campaign finance system. you can't level the playing field with wall street banks and billionaires by taking their money. i'm bernie sanders,
by taking their money. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. erin: check this out, this unique view of our planet from a nasa spacecraft orbiting the moon. it has been investigating the lunar surface since 2009. you can see earth as it appears to rise over the lunar horizon. the large tan area is the sahara desert, and just beyond is saudi arabia. the atlantic and pacific coasts of south america are also visible to the left.
kevin: earth rise to my desk? -- earthrise, i guess? sluman coming for christmas day -- full moon coming for we are looking at a pretty nice set of circumstances. not necessarily feeling like traveling any sort of distance, we will not have any approaching systems. each of the next couple of days, temperatures running 15, 20 degrees above average. it will jump even higher than that as we work our way through the day on thursday before actually taking steps backward summit get to the weekend. not the greatest of afternoons to be outdoors. have your down for us have your -- heavier downpour or two.
advantage of the precipitation here with another area of low pressure to our south.
afternoon and evening. temperatures slowly making their way into the 40' s
in areas. we continue to have a more northern half of the state. the back edge will be moving across the state by 5:00 this afternoon. upper 30' s. staying in the 40' s with the clouds trying to form an skies continuing clear across the region. a trend of warmth all the way back down through texas. there is the last of the rainfall later on this evening evening. any breaks in the overcast in the central and southern areas create fog.
sunshine initially but then the next system runs in we stop at 4:00, 5:00 in the afternoon. southern areas getting in on the rainfall, around through tomorrow evening before letting up early on thursday. thursday does not look to be picture-perfect, but it will be very warm for this time of year. our record highs
for concord and portsmouth are in the 50' s. we will get into the 60' s across a better part of the state except for some the central valleys. sky is clearing, looks like christmas day, partly to mostly sunny, temperatures check back a bit into the 50' the 40' towards the weekend. even by then, 40' s still 10 degrees above average for this time of year. some areas could see that rainfall heavy for a brief time. either side of 50 this afternoon to 60' s by thursday. pretty good day for christmas day, not truly failing -- feeling like christmas. let'
adam: if you' re busy looking for the last-minute christmas gifts, you are going to want have something nice and beautiful in the hallway to greet your guests , so we have margaret hagen to show us how to make it from things around your home or
neighborhood. margaret: this could go on entryway table or dining room table, although this one is a table. if you tended to collect things me. it was used in a wedding so i didn' t have to pay for the bottom pedestal, which was kind of nice. adam: tell us about the different things that are in here. margaret: these are all native -- well, not all native, but greens usually pretty easily available to people. white pine is common. if you have a for tree, that works well. juniper. perhaps a little boxwood. and then if you have access to
physically layer. the bottom of this, you gradually build it up and fill it in and then the last thing, watered once or twice a week and it will last for about three weeks, and then you can choose -- change of your holiday to. white is very big this year. re ready to dress it up a little bit, get some red and white carnations. adam: stickies in right here -- stick these in right here? margaret: you can pull them out really easy to do. the nice part is that the base with no trouble. up.
christmas greens. adam: margaret hagen with great thank you. on average, it takes three hundred americans working for a solid year, to make as much money as one top ceo. it's called the wage gap. and the republicans will make it worse by lowering taxes for those at the top and letting corporations write their own rules. hillary clinton will work to close the wage gap. equal pay for women to raise
kevin: wet weather continues through the afternoon, letting up early this evening. the big stories 60' s for christmas eve and the 50' s with partial sunshine for christmas day. erin: it' s just so strange to look at that. starting tonight at 5:00, we' re going to see a warm christmas, as you just heard. other parts of the country could see serious trouble troubles this holiday. when you need to know if you are leaving new england. and we kow that rudolph' noses famous but you know what colors his eyes are? enough to take on the bully... jeb bush: donald, you're not to insult your way to the presidency. that's not going to happen. announcer: one candidate jeb will destroy isis... jeb bush: the united states should not delay in leading a global coalition to take out isis with overwhelming force. announcer: tested and proven