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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. sean: now at noon, a friend of the andover man killed by a fire remembers the victim as an autopsy is pending. kevin: the clouds are moving in, and eventually that means a weekend system what it brings with futurecast ahead. teen who overdosed in a what she' s asking the judge and controversial comments. a town hall that' s stirring buzz nationwide. national captioning institute, caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at noon. sean: an autopsy is being
andover. that fire broke out at a home shortly afternoon yesterday. m sean mcdonald. while this was initially called in as a propane explosion, investigators say there was no s ray brewer is live in andover where people are ray? ray: sean, the town says that some sort of remembrance will eventually be planned, but right now they aren' t sure what form that will take. the fire thursday afternoon at 189 kearsarge mountain road, according to officials, started in a brush pile. by the time firefighters arrived , a man was already dead. while the victim hasn' t been officially identified, neighbors are mourning his loss. dan: he did nothing but try to promote the community spirit. anybody that met him he tried to help. ray: dan bezon watched the
s house. he says the victim meant a lot to the people of andover. dan: he was just always there to help. you could always count on him in any kind of emergency. ray: bezon' s office is in a sub-community of andover, known as potter' s place, where the victim was working to renovate some of the buildings. dan: he was trying to get this storage facility across the street from me here working, and i was helping another young fellow up here get a diesel mechanic business going. ray: bezon says one of the things he will miss most about his friend is his ability to find humor even under the most fact that he was someone you could count on. dan: if i had to describe it, i always knew he had my back. s office says the autopsy is scheduled for this afternoon, and while the fire remains under both the fire and the death appear accidental. reporting live in andover, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: all right, ray, thanks. new developments this noon in the case of the rochester
motel. jazzmyn rood, the mother of eye tarmey, is having a bail hearing today. last month, rood asked a judge to reduce her $10,000 bail. prosecutors say rood knew her daughter was being provided drugs the night of her deadly overdose at a rochester motel. two others are also charged in tarmey' s death. a woman is currently fighting for her life this noon after a serious pedestrian accident in manchester. it happened yesterday evening on west auburn street near the market basket on elm. police say the driver of a volkswagen jetta hit a female pedestrian. the woman was taken to the elliot hospital with several serious injuries. the driver was not hurt. a man pulled over by state police for a vehicle problem finds himself and even more trouble.
police found heroin in his pockets. he is charged with transporting drugs any motor vehicle and position with intent to distribute heroine. could see light rain later s check in with meteorologist kevin skarupa. it is kind of gloomy out there. kevin: it is, but then you had farther north, and it is nothing but sunshine. you will notice a huge difference. not a one-size-fits-all type morning as clouds continue to increase. you will notice in the north country, more clouds anything from you west -- from the west will be pushing injured with a system approaching for the weekend, some drizzle this afternoon for the coast. that could mean freezing drizzle in areas. from there, that rain you saw to our southwest pushes in on sunday, and that could be locally heavy for a time sunday afternoon and sunday evening. i will have much more on that and when coming up.
republican candidate chris christie to denounce one of his supporters, the governor of maine, over his comments about race. abc' from washington. washington. today it' s on to south carolina for donald trump, but overnight, a volatile welcome in the sanders. take ' em out. kenneth: the gop frontrunner interrupted, drowned out and screamed at by demonstrators in burlington, vermont. don' keep his coat. kenneth: hundreds of people cheered on the billionaire while many of them supporters of sanders. the vermont senator and trump could not be any more different on policy, but their campaigns are both drawing big crowds. matthew dowd: bernie sanders and donald trump both are fishing
working class whites. kenneth: bernie sanders was quick to point out a recent quinnipiac university poll has him beating trump in a hypothetical general election match up 51% to 38%. sanders was on the phone with political group democracy for america while trump was in his home state. sen. sanders: i would love, love, love to run against donald trump. it would be a dream come true. kenneth: but there' s another political controversy brewing involving chris christie and his supporter, maine governor paul lepage, who said this about drug gov. lepage: these are guys by the name d-money, smoothie, shifty. incidentally, half the time they impregnate a young, white girl before they leave. kenneth: this morning, lepage held a news conference to say he is not perfect, and he blamed the media. not care what the media thinks about me, but i do want the drug traffickers know i am after you. kenneth: christie' s rivals pounced demanding he renounce the maine governor. from christie. kenneth moton, abc news sean: republican presidential hopeful carly fiorina is wrapping up a five-day swing
with stops in new london, john kasich is wrapping up a four-day visit to new hampshire today with town hall meetings planned in hampton and exeter. and marco rubio is also holding a town hall in concord. this year marks the 100th anniversary of the new hampshire primary. tonight, we' re taking an in-depth look at the future of the process, as well as a view s history, and what has made it so special. "first in the nation: 100 years of tradition" airs tonight at 7:00, here on wmur news 9. this noon, wall street is trying to recover after a rough week. yesterday, the market had its worst drop in three months, most of it prompted by concerns over china' s trading troubles. stocks opened higher today as strong job gains. retailers and technology companies had the biggest gains. energy stocks rose along with here' s a look at where the three main indices stand right now. the dow is down by about 7
point, and the nasdaq is up by about 13 points. the labor department has just released the latest unemployment figures today, and they show a positive picture for the economy. american employers added nearly 300,000 jobs in december. it was the second best year for jobs gains since 1999. americans saw their paychecks go up as well. wages grew 2.5% in december. for all of 2015, the economy added 2.65 million jobs. powerball mania -- the jackpot for saturday' s powerball drawing continues to climb. right now, it is at $800 million, which works out to a cash value of about $496 million, and that number is expected to grow. this jackpot is setting a record for the largest powerball jackpot in history, topping the previous record prize of $656 million. wondering about the luckiest powerball numbers to play? check out wmur.com. we' ve got you covered.
department rescuing a deer on beaver lake this morning. the deer from the ice. the rescue took about an hour , and after they pulled it out, it scampered right back into the woods. there' s more news ahead on new 9 i' i' m bleeding heavily. sean: a philadelphia officer shot, ambushed, fired at 13 times while sitting in his cruiser. his current condition ahead. plus, the prison officer accused of helping two convicted murders escape a new york correctional facility is expected to appear in court today. the latest ahead. kevin: after all the sunshine in the last couple of days, the clouds now moving in. the latest timeline with futurecast ahead. sean: plus in today' s cook' s corner, bon appe tit. we' re making a tasty pasta dish that will make your stomach
you got people working incredibly long hours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999. the bottom line of this economy is that it is rigged. what this campaign is about is to demand that we create
an economy that works for all of us rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you should not live in poverty. i'm bernie sanders,
has what it takes to stand up to the republicans and the gun lobby.
we need to close the loopholes and support universal background checks. how many people have to die before we actually act... before we come together as a nation? i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. sean: we are following a developing situation out of massachusetts. a boston police officer was shot in the leg this morning while working with a drug control unit in dorchester. boston medical center. we are told he is up and talking.
meantime, a philadelphia police officer is in stable condition this noon after being shot while police say the officer was ambushed and had to undergo surgery overnight. authorities say the suspect fired a total of 13 shots. one of the scariest things i' ve ever seen. i mean, this guy tried to the police officer had no idea that he was coming. sean: the officer returned fire and shot the suspect. right now, that suspect is in custody. the new york prison officer, killers escape, is expected to appear in court today. helped inmates richard matt and david sweat escape from the clinton correctional facility by giving them hacksaw blades palmer is charged with two counts of promoting prison evidence and one count of official misconduct. rain. lightly.
>> now, meteorologist kevin skarupa with your stormwatch 9 forecast. kevin: start of the week with the arctic temperatures, and then things started to let up across the area. we went into the 30'
s and even lower 40' s the last couple of days with sunshine and light winds. now the clouds have drifted back in across the southern half of these eight. colebrook, several other areas, the foothills, great north woods, we currently at the present time continue on with the sunshine, but even there the clouds continue to win on through the afternoon from a completely separate system. what we have been watching -- the clouds come in on an east and northeast wind coming in off the ocean. you' ll notice pass the west,
but arrives here over the so from another direction, the clouds are filling up. the rainfall is no issue until we get to sunday, until then, the onshore breeze will cause a little drizzle here and there. luckily, any drizzle that does develop will be in extreme south areas for the evening commute that happens. later this evening, temperatures will not have far to fall to get back below the freezing mark. you can see with the cooler air will be locked in 20' s to lower 30' s -- you can see with the northeasterly flow, the cooler air will be locked in s to lower 30' s. if you are headed up the door early as more morning, before situation where there could be a roads.
s to even lower 50' s and we get to sunday afternoon, but that will come with the wind and rain fall. plenty of the clearer skies up north. there are a couple of scattered showers. as we cycle through the day tomorrow, a lot more clouds, a couple hit or miss showers, flurries, a couple of light snow showers or mixed showers. do not cancel the outdoor plans over anything you have set up tomorrow. it is relate tomorrow night and early -- it is very late tomorrow night and early on sunday that it starts to move in. it may come in early enough that it may be in the form of icing, sleet, or freezing rain initially, especially in the northern areas. as the warmer air continues to come north and the onshore wind we' re talking lower half of the 50' rain, which can be heavy at
tendency to run off. it will be gone later sunday evening, and by monday, so much colder air is going to start to build in. with partial sunshine around. there is a look again, a lot more clouds than anything else for the first half of the weekend with the rainfall inching in early on sunday. we clear out later sunday night and early monday area a chilly breeze monday, and partial sunshine tuesday before we set up the chance of some snow showers around with a blast of even colder air coming in starting on wednesday. let' s head to cook' s corner. sean: all right, kevin, can you feel it, the magic? we' re joined by the kitchen which, dawn hunt -- kitchen witch, dawn hunt from cucina aurora. dawn: because we make mealtime magic. sean: i can feel the magic. it is cold outside. people want comfort food. dawn: we' re making today my grandmother'
recipe. it is a bean soup, easy to make, super healthy, and cheap, and it is a comfort food. sean: nice. how do we do it? dawn: right now, i am saute ing olive oil. ingredients. not the cheese -- sean: i panicked. dawn: throw in some white kidney beans. we put in our two cans of tomato sauce. toss those right in there. sean: i am scared. dawn: don' t be scared. sean: am i making magic? dawn: you are making magic. now let' s put in the water. good job. and then the kale. together here. dawn: look at how easy. that was so easy. now all you do is used or that
simmer for about 20 minutes. that is it. how easy is that? sean: pasta e fagioli. dawn: you could do that home, sean. television -- went by. dawn: this is the finished product. sean: and you struggle a little cheese on there? -- and you sprinkle a little cheese on there? you have got a couple of big game days coming up. dawn: we make these wonderful infused olive oils. we have these fabulous dip mixes, garlic dip, veggie dip, everything is all-natural, gluten-free, everything is made love is the most supportive thing at cucina aurora. sean: this is something you can buy and come home and look like an expert. dawn: you can!
sean: several ski areas across the state are taking part in a world record attempt today. it is part of a nationwide effort for the most ski and snowboard lessons taught in a single day. at least eight mountains in new hampshire are offering a 10 for $10 deal. for $10 starting at 10:00, you could have gotten a level one lesson and a chance to be part of history. we will find out of that actually happened when they tally up the numbers. all the singles ladies and, well, america will be putting their hands up during the super bowl. beyonce is returning to halftime show. she will join coldplay for the game on february 7th at the home of the san francisco 49ers. beyonce headlined the super bowl show in 2013, so this is a quick return for her. she recently collaborated with coldplay for the band' s new album. always a big draw.
kevin: it will be really fun, that patriots game. sean: [laughs] let' s not get ahead of ourselves here. kevin: a little bit of drizzle around this afternoon. for this evening, there could be a few roads that are slick. rain have yet times in the afternoon and evening. sean: we will lose a lot of snow out there. starting tonight at 5:00, the final report is out from the state' s new heroin task force. which items will be fast-tracked now that the legislature is back in session? and remember the eroded cable that caused an explosion on a new england beach? we' re learning that there may be dozens more buried around the country. that does it for us. have a great afternoon. days after the paris attacks, senators came together for a top-secret briefing on the terrorist threat... marco rubio was missing - fundraising in california instead. two weeks later, terrorists struck again in san bernardino... and where was marco? fundraising again in new orleans. over the last 3 years, rubio has missed important national security hearings and missed more total votes than any other senator.
that's the rubio way. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford
it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged,
who can bring real change. i'm
bernie sanders, and i approve this message. 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