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tv   News 9 at Six  ABC  January 3, 2016 6:00pm-6:30pm EST

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adam: right now at 6:00, presidential hopefuls revving up their campaigns with just five weeks left until the first in the nation primary. which candidates are in new hampshire today. doug prangley: i held on as much as i could with my son and end result, i couldn' t get him up. jean: new tonight, a father is speaking out after his son fell off the chair lift at ragged mountain. hayley: an arctic cold front sweeps through tonight leaving us with very cold temperatures this week. how long this cold air sticks around and when we could get more snow. adam: and nobody claimed the winnings for saturday' s $334 million powerball. the prize money increasing again, making the next jackpot
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one of the largest ever. announcer: no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at 6:00. adam: many presidential hopefuls are in the granite state today, stepping up their campaign efforts ahead of the first in the nation primary. hillary clinton, bernie sanders, chris christie, and marco rubio all in new hampshire right now. good evening, i' m adam sexton. jean: and i' m jean mackin. clinton is one of many candidates holding a first town hall of the year. wmur' s kristen carosa was at the event in derry. kristen: hillary clinton packed the auditorium inside the middle school. her visit comes a day before former president bill clinton will hit the campaign trail in support of her run for the white house. it was standing room only for a town hall meeting with former secretary of state hillary clinton as the countdown to the new hampshire primary continues. hillary clinton: i am thrilled
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new hampshire is one of the places that gets to make the first decision. kristen: the democratic presidential candidate told the crowd of more than 700 people the next president must be a democrat. hillary clinton incomes go up : for everybody, not just for those at the top. we know unemployment goes down and you are four times more likely to have a recession when you have a republican in the white house. kristen: clinton talked about how she would fight for equal pay for women something she says , sets her apart from republican candidates. hillary clinton how can you live : in 2015 and believe that women don' t deserve to get paid for our work to a level that is equivalent to what men get paid? kristen: but not everybody was pleased with what clinton had to say. during the question and answer portion of the town hall, new hampshire republican state representative katherine prudhomme o' brien spoke without being called on. she says she was trying to ask about her husband'
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s' s actual impropriety decades ago. after several attempt to do so, clinton fired back. hillary clinton you are very : rude, and i am not ever going to call on you. kristen: after that, the event remained peaceful. and perhaps the most touching question came from one of the youngest attendees. her mother is dealing with substance misuse issues. through her tears, she asked clinton how she could help. hillary clinton i want to make : sure we have more recovery and treatment programs so that if someone knows that they need help and they decide that they want help, they can actually get help. kristen: right now, clinton is speaking at a town hall in keene. tomorrow, former president bill clinton will make campaign stops in nashua and exeter. live in the studio, kristen carosa, wmur news 9. adam: thank you. just a few miles down the road, bernie sanders held a roundtable on senior issues. the event was in londonderry, a republican stronghold. the senator sanders drew a crowd and enthusiastic applause for
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his message on raising taxes on millionaires and billionaires to strengthen the social safety net. bernie sanders." this is the richest country in the history of the world. millions of our people should not be living in poverty. adam: tomorrow, he will be in laconia and manchester. jean: right now, new jersey governor chris christie is holding a town hall in merrimack. we bring you live pictures as he speaks. he began by calling former secretary of state hillary clinton "secretary happy talk." he says she is not doing enough to fight isis and he would help veterans get access to health care. chris christie: there is a real crisis with the v.a., and we do not need as president secretary happy talk who will tell you when you are waiting wants and months to get the medical care that you were promised when you signed up and served honorably
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in our military, that that is not a crisis. jean: live pictures as governor christie hold a town hall in merrimack. he also opened an office in salem this afternoon. tomorrow, he will be in manchester and concord. adam: marco rubio held a patriot-dolphins watch party. senator rubio was expecting his team to lose, but they did not, pulling off a surprising victory . kind of like what he is hoping to do to donald trump on february 9. the marco rubio campaign bus is on the move in snow-covered new hampshire. in a one-on-one interview with news 9, the candidate says he' s ready for the final weeks of this first in the nation campaign. marco rubio this is the time, : really, to begin to focus in heavily now on talking to voters about who i am and more importantly what i' ll do as president, including some of the differences between the candidates. adam: the florida senator appears to be well-positioned heading for the homestretch, but to win he has to get around the frontrunner, donald trump. more than a few other candidates
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have tussled with trump only to plummet in the polls. marco rubio that didn' t happen : to us. he said some things about us and we responded, but my campaign is not about donald trump. it' s not about stopping donald trump. my campaign is about becoming president of the united states. adam: supporters like former state senator jim rausch see rubio as the candidate who can win in february and november. >> he' s the adult in the room right now. he' s presented himself in a professional manner, and i believe when it comes to election time he will win the primary. adam: campaigning on this final sunday of the nfl regular season, rubio' s beloved miami dolphins are playing the new england patriots. he doesn' t hide from the rivalry, but smartly cut his speech short so everyone could watch the game. adam is this awkward at all : today? sen. birdsell: not at all. not at all. we know the best team' s going to win, so i' m not really too worried about it. and i think he knows it, too. adam: i' m guessing you' re hoping that at some point in the future, you' ll be inviting your team to the white house? marco rubio absolutely. : i would love to be president
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and have the dolphins there as super bowl winners, but that' s probably not going to happen as long as tom brady' s in the nfl. adam: his senior advisor in new hampshire told us the bus was a lonely place for a dedicated patriots fan to be this afternoon. and tomorrow, more candidates will arrive in new hampshire. republican senator rand paul will stop in dover and laconia. former hp c.e.o. carly fiorina will visit salem and nashua. and florida senator marco rubio has a stop planned in hooksett. you can follow all the presidential candidates on our website, just go to wmur.com and click on the candidate tracker. jean: the father of the boy injured after falling off a chairlift at ragged mountain is speaking to news 9 tonight. update on the boy' s condition. mike: he says his 11-year-old son has been to three hospital so far. concussion but is expected to be ok.
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and his dad is not want to see anyone else go through this. saturday afternoon, he fell looked at ragged mountain. tried to hold on to him but lost his grip. he says the lift never stopped the shutdown button. ragged mountain says the retreat of people operating the booth and ski patrol did not know what happened until his father reached the top. he says it was a horrifying experience. father: i don' t want any parent to have the situation i had and watch your child fall and not know if he is going to be ok. that is the thing that will probably traumatize me forever. mike: ragged mountain says the state inspected the lift this morning and determined there were no mechanical issues so it was cleared to open. mike cronin, wmur news 9. jean: thanks. still to come on news 9 at 6:00 -- rochester police are warning people about a police impersonator.
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next. adam: the powerball prize just got bigger. s drawing will be worth. hayley: here it comes, arctic winter coming in.
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jean: welcome back. rochester police are warning people about a police impersonator. adam: the department says someone approached two juveniles on hanson street in a crown victoria with flashing lights shortly before 5:00 yesterday evening. the man told the kids it was illegal to carry a baseball bat and took it from them. he was last seen driving north on wakefield street. police say the man was wearing a uniform with one arm patch and a badge. anyone with information is urged to contact rochester police. a driver was arrested after a state police aircraft recorded him driving at 105 miles per hour in a 70 zone. 21-year-old paul kimble of laconia was arrested for reckless driving.
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state troopers say he was driving northbound on i-93 in new hampton and easily passing other cars in the left lane. jean: nobody won the powerball jackpot last night, which means wednesday' s jackpot is estimated at $400 million. largest prizes in the game' s history. while no one won yesterday' s $334 million prize, one person claimed $2 million and the -- others won $1 million. three the odds of winning the big powerball jackpot are one in 292 million. adam: i think we still like those odds. hayley: you have to try. get ready for this. there is going to be cold air the next couple of days. a real chill in the air for january. coming up. jean: the final day of the nfl regular season was not a good
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what 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 incomes for families, a higher minimum wage, lower taxes for the middle class. i'm hillary clinton and i
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announcer: now, meteorologist hayley lapoint and your forecast. hayley: good sunday evening. today was not bad. a lot of us got to see sunshine. in portsmouth, it was bright and
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now we have mainly clear skies. a few passing clouds overhead. in claremont, still have the christmas lights up and loving it. it still looks beautiful. we do have clouds overhead in claremont. they will be thickening up overnight as the arctic cold front is swinging across the area right now and will continue overnight. here is the latest on the satellite and radar. you can make out a few white spots. these are snow showers moving through, especially in the higher elevations. mainly north of the lakes region and north. some of the more vigorous snow showers, maybe up to an inch or two of snow. that begins mainly in the higher elevations. overnight, some may make a move into central and southern new hampshire. most of us will probably be asleep when that happens. it is part of a cold front on the way. it is going to be revealing a harsh reality once it moves through and this cold air settles in.
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much colder than the temperatures you see now. we are at 34 in plymouth at the moment. 37 in lebanon. 36 in laconia and concord as well as nashua. 38 in manchester. we will be wishing for those temperatures the next 24 hours. you see this cold air bottled up in northern portions of quebec and ontario? we are going to get a slice of this cold air as the arctic front moves through. it opens the floodgates and allows all the cold air to seep down into the entire northeastern part of the u.s. a real shock to the system after december had been so warm. we have a big shift in the atmosphere. the jet stream will be shifting south. the cold air will be locked in place for us through the next couple of days. i wanted to show you what the wind chills will be like tomorrow. this is what is going to communicate to you how cold it
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temperatures tomorrow will reach the upper teens and 20' s. but the winds are going to be moving around a lot. with that in mind, this is how it will feel tomorrow morning when all of us are heading out to the car for the first time heading back to work and school. at the bus stop, single-digit temperatures. below zero up north. that is how it remains almost all day despite sunshine we are going to see tomorrow. overnight monday night into tuesday. tonight, scattered snow showers. tomorrow, mainly sunny. there is a chance of a few ocean effect snow showers in southeastern new hampshire with don' flurries tomorrow. full sunshine on tuesday with these cool temperatures. tonight. it will be coldest up north air is arriving first.
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up to 20 by recess for the kids. for the last bell, 21 degrees. it is a two-day thing. milder air comes back wednesday and thursday. the next chance for snow showers comes in next weekend. announcer: now, jason king and news 9 sports. jason: four out of the last five times the patriots have earned the top seed in the afc, they advanced to the super bowl. they had a chance to clinch the top spot again today for the sixth time since 2003, taking on the dolphins in miami on the final sunday of the regular season. slow first half for the pats, and a scary one. tom brady hit from behind by ndamukong suh. brady was in obvious pain. he limped to the sideline and had his right ankle taped. he did return to the game and did not miss a single snap. under a minute to play in the half. ryan tannehill to devante parker. tannehill' s first touchdown pass since week 14.
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dolphins led 10-3 at halftime. brady threw for just 20 yards in the first half. second half, patriots opening drive, brady to james white. 68 yards, but he was taken down at about the six-yard line. a couple plays later, stephen jackson takes it in from two yards out. that tied the game at 10-10. fourth quarter, how about this catch? the dolphins come right back. tannehill to parker, he somehow pulls it down for a 46-yard gain. then tannehill caps the drive with a two-yard touchdown pass to jordan cameron. the dolphins would add a field goal. brady just 12 completions for yards, no touchdowns. 135 dolphins win 20-10. the pats are 12-4 and now need denver who is leading now to
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>> we have to get better. it will give us a chance to evaluate where we are at and see the things we need to do better to try to win these games. it is a tough sport. you see where we are after 16 games. just keep fighting on. jason: the jets would clinch a playoff spot with a win in buffalo. fitzpatrick picked off three times in the fourth quarter. the steelers needed a win for a chance at a wildcard playoff spot in cleveland. it. roethlisberger 17 yards to antonio brown. antonio brown became the first player in league history to have 125 catches in two straight seasons. steelers win 2012. for the jets are eliminated. the monarchs played the rubber
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manchester won on new year' s eve but lost last night. a good chance for manchester. it looks like it is in the net, but immediately waved off. no goal. 0-0 after one. he is going to score, his fourth of the year made it 1-0 monarchs . just three minutes into the third, derek arnold forces a turnover and scores his seventh. that made it 2-0. greenville scored twice in the final minutes. they going to win for the second straight night 3-2 in a shootout. >> i think we were all over them the whole game. in the last five minutes, gave them a couple of chances to capitalize. good for them. but we have to figure out how to capitalize in those games because we need those points.
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jason: saint anselm announcer: 3 republican governors. but which governor won national praise for tough leadership handling nine hurricanes? which governor made his state number one in job creation? which governor led the fight to stop obamacare expansion in his state? and which governor laid out a tough plan to destroy isis months before the paris attacks?
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jeb bush. right to rise usa is responsible
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jason: college basketball, saint anselm off to a 10-1 start, hosting bridgeport today. second half, great ball movement by the hawks. victor joshua drives for a pair. harrison taggart running the floor. he will find joshua. strong move to the hoop. gets the bucket and the foul. taggart with a baseline drive, nice reverse layup. he had nine points for the afternoon. he gets two of his mike mccahey 16. led all scorers with 24 points. saint anselm wins it 91-72 to . they are 11-1.
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