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erin: now at noon. accused of trying to break into the state police barracks. the charges three people are facing. kevin: a true winter chill is in the air. how low temps will go and how . erin: a car and a cement truck what police say happened and the extent of the injuries and, commitment 2016. several presidential candidates are in the granite state today. they try to win over voters ahead of the first in the nation primary next month. announcer: no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at noon. erin: right now, the first real
s going to get even colder as the day wears on. good afternoon, i' here' colebrook. 12 degrees there. kevin skarupa joins us. kevin: we have not seen a lot of temperatures below zero for overnight lows. quite a few clouds out there as the colder, dry air tries to ring out any moisture left in the way of flurries or snow showers. lightens up later this evening, temperatures hit down. low-end mid-20' s in southern the breeze adding the extra bite to the air. from there, actual temperatures going to either side of zero.
we will have it with your forecast, coming up. crash between a car and a cement truck. brown road intersection. the driver was -- the driver of the car was seriously injured. injured. investigators are working to hit a home. it happened about 7:45 last night on the akoni a road. the driver was not hurt and no one in the home was injured. the building was deemed structurally sound. drugs and alcohol were not a factor in the crash. a bail hearing is being held for a man expected -- a man
he was arrested last week on a charge of armed robbery. this noon, thousands of bags of a more lethal batch of heroin are off the streets in massachusetts. 9,000 bags of the drug were seized this weekend in springfield. police say they were hidden in a fake car bumper. patrols were stepped up after eight people overdosed on that batch of drugs. u.s. stocks are opening 2016 on a grim note, dropping sharply after a plunge in china and declines in europe. by 9:30 this morning, the dow here' s a quick look at how wall street is looking this afternoon. two men and a woman from franklin have appeared in court, charged in connection with an
the 3 were arrested early sunday morning near troop d in concord. courthouse. i gather the target of the break-in was not the barracks itself? ray: state police believe the target of the break-in was some evidence inside a car that was but they say it' s also a sign of how desperate these three were that they would attempt something as brazen as this. this two way radio and black balaclava mask, according to state police, were found on alfred morin, as he was arrested early sunday morning. >> on saturday during the evening hours state police received a credible tip that mr. morin might be attempting to break into the state police barracks here at troop d in concord. ray: the reason for the attempted break-in authorities say, morin was a passenger in a car that was stopped and seized by state police on friday night. >> at that time evidence of illicit drugs activity was located within the vehicle. ray: police believe morin was
it was just before three sunday morning morin was spotted. >> an alert bow police officer which is adjacent to the state police barracks located a subject in the wood line. ray: morin was arrested, and monday morning arraigned on several charges by video. but police believe that morin after morin' s arrest police learned that two people, including the driver of the car during the initial stop on friday, erik parker, had dropped morin off near the barracks. >> state police responded to the park and ride and located a vehicle on the corner of the property which abuts the state police property. both parker and melinda hanks, who police say was driving the car early sunday morning, were taken into custody and also arraigned monday at circuit court. each faces at least one felony charge, and the subaru outback that hanks was allegedly driving
according to court paperwork, state police found what they believed to be heroin and marijuana inside the car that was seized on friday night, along with a loaded handgun. they anticipate more charges will be filed. reporting live, ray brewer. erin: following up on a story wmur john to stay so broke, -- political reporter john distaso broke, the candidates for u.s. senate here in new hampshire had a good year when it comes to fundraising. republican incumbent kelly ayotte raised more than $2 of 2015. her campaign entered the new year with more than $6 million in cash on hand. her opponent, democratic record for fundraising in one quarter during an off year. hassan raised $2.1 million in the last 3 months of 2015 her campaign currently has $1.5 million on hand. remember you can always get complete political coverage and
mobile app. turning now to commitment 2016 coverage. tomorrow marks just 5 weeks until the new hampshire primary and the race for the white house is really kicking into high gear. chris christie is at fratello' s italian restaurant in manchester earlier this morning he delivered an address at the institute of politics at saint anselm college. also happening now vermont , senator bernie sanders is in laconia visiting with seniors. this evening, he will hold a town hall event at manchester community college at 6:30. republican marco rubio delivered a national security speech during a packed town hall at the american legion in hooksett. former president bill clinton is in new hampshire, campaigning on his own for the first time this season for his wife. this comes as donald trump' s first tv campaign ad comes out. s instead of his republican rivals. kenneth mouton reports.
year is here and the 2016 race is switching into high gear. >> i' m donald trump and i approve this message. kenneth gop frontrunner donald : trump made good on his multi million dollar promise launching his first tv ads in the early primary states. his controversial proposals on full display. >> that' s why he' s calling for a temporary shutdown of muslims entering the united states. kenneth his attacks on president : obama and hillary clinton are heating up as former president bill clinton hits the trail for his wife for the first time solo in new hampshire. trump threatening to bring up past sex scandals. this heckler tried to do the same at a clinton town hall sunday. >> you are very rude, and i am not going to ever call on you. kenneth instead, clinton set her : sights on the entire gop field. >> republicans seem to have a particular fixation on blaming president obama and me for everything that happens in the world. i' ve noticed that. kenneth: the blame game will intensify this week when
executive action on gun control. >> these infringe on your second amendment rights. on my first dan in office, they are gone. kenneth: for the next few weeks, the candidates will be crisscrossing iowa and new hampshire. erin: coming up. armed standoff. the active situation going on right now at an oregon wildlife refuge. and, the site of a mass shooting reopens. the emotional day in san bernardino, california. kevin: coldest of the air draining out of canada. how low temperatures will go. a look at other changes, coming
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erin: a remote national wildlife refuge in oregon is now the scene of an armed occupation. a group of protestors are holed up in a federal building
there to demonstrate against the punishment for some local ranchers. abc' s elizabeth hur explains why they' re so upset. elizabeth: abc news, inside the standoff, where dozens of militia members, some openly
claiming that this land doesn' t but to the people. >> we have tried and tried and tried the prudent methods to get this and say, hey, there' s something wrong here. saturday, a rally originally protesting the jail sentence of dwight and steven hammond, the father and son ranchers are scheduled to report to prison today, to serve a 5-year sentence for an alleged arson fire on federal land. >> i' m going to jail for 5 years for 127? seems like a bit of an overkill. elizabeth it was at this rally, : a small group broke off, with nevada rancher ammon bundy, leading the take-over. group' s actions, an attempt to overthrow the county and federal government in hopes to spark a movement across the united states. the hammonds say they do not plan to report to prison peacefully.
we have spoken many, many time. we understand each other on this issue. the hammonds are only going to jail because they just feel there' s nothing else for them to do. elizabeth: bundy and his group are vowing to occupy the outpost for years. it is unclear, what, if any, action law enforcement will take , but for now, schools in the area were closed as a precaution. erin: today, the san bernardino, california building where a mass shooting took place last month will reopen. the inland regional center has been closed since december 2, when a husband and wife opened fire during a holiday party, killing 14 people and injuring 21 others. the suspects were later killed kevin: the temperatures are the records. it is a wake-up call.
kevin: fifth warmest november. the arctic air moves in. a lot of areas, temperatures steadily fall as we have gone through the morning. falling further after 3:00 or 4:00 this afternoon. icicles on the lens. temperatures in pittsburgh barely above zero. teens to near 20 in the monadnock region. other areas, a little overcast. going on to our south, light snow shower activity. a couple of those returns in and around the granite states. we have the coldest and the driest air pushing in. trying to wring out any moisture
beyond that, we will look for clearing skies. still going around five to 15 miles per hour during the evening and overnight hours. a couple of flurries under the thickest of the cloud cover. farther to the north, single and colebrook. breeze. that continues to add the extra bite to the area. to pull in. that will be around through wednesday. it comes with fair skies. the coast. a little recovery tomorrow. lighter of a breeze, not as much
wednesday and into thursday. eventually, after a bit of a moderating trend, the next system tries to approach. light rain or light snow on there is a look at your overnight lows. north country overnight. the only system we are tracking is saturday, where we could see light rain or light snow. s corner. apple bread pudding. >> we are hosting a luncheon in the upper valley on february 5
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erin: police in plainville, massachusetts, are looking for the owner of a very special ring. this 14 karat gold wedding band was found at the t.j. maxx in plainville on december 30. police say it is engraved with the initials a.j. to d.b. with a date of november 27, 1974. officers have posted a picture of the ring on facebook and while a few people have called about it, none of the