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>> now on news 9, winter weather makes for a tough friday commute. the difficult driving conditions that turned i-93 into a parking lot. josh: and there's still some winter time precipitation out there this weekend. we'll look at the rest of the rain. >> very upset. very traumatic. for so long. snow. this morning, her family speaking out about her passing. ran into trouble. . amy: and a reunion nearly a year
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the special day at school one milford third grader will never forget. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire. 6:00 on saturday. january 9th. i'm amy coveno. we'll get to the top stories in just a minute, first, josh judge joins us in the weather center with a forecast. hi, josh. josh: good morning, it's messy and slick out there. we had some problems yesterday and we continued to see them out there this morning. there's the wet streets of concord where it's 33 degrees, but some spots, there's been a little bit of ice involved as well. now, you can see a lot of places are higher than 32, but there's been snow, freezing rain and light rain falling at times overnight so keep that in mind if you're going to be out there this morning. it's very scattered and not a lot on doppler radar. you can see how spotty it is, and there's more to our
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we'll widen the view in texas. that's arriving tomorrow, we'll talk more in a moment and right now, high temperatures, mid to upper 30's for today with some heavier rain on the way. the details and the time line coming up. amy: it was a tough drive home for some last night. police say they responded to numerous accidents, mostly on i-93 between exits 18 and 19. in canterbury, the highway has shut down more than an hour. some freezing rain and snow went cars sliding on interstate 89. wmur's jean mackin was out on the roads and tells us about the conditions. jean: nothing, but break lights for the northbound canterbury and same for the south side with several accidents. this car towed from the highway. rain, snow and freezing mark, led to a halt.
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to get out and talk to drivers. >> i got a text from my wife, where are you? i said i'm on 93. she said turn around. i said i'm already in it. they've shut it down. >> several problems were reported on 89. state police were busy handling one accident after the next. road crews headed out to treat the icy stretches of interstate that surprised some drivers. >> yeah, and i want to go home. [laughter] >> could be a while. >> yeah, great. >> just trying to get home, going to work. >> what were the road conditions like? >> i thought they were fine, but some people don't understand the driving conditions in new england. >> and state police do caution drivers to use those winter driving skills. they haven't had much of a
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in hooksett, jean mackin, wmur news 9. >> remember, you can track the conditions, you can get the latest conditions, the seven had-day forecast, and severe weather moving through. a woman is recovering after being struck by a jeep in hudson, this happened near webster and sunland drive. the woman was taken to the hospital, drug, alcohol and speed do not appear to be factors in the crash, according to the police. following a drug bust in portsmouth, police said 31-year-old everton sterling was arrested at a local hotel. police seized a quality of marijuana and cocaine as evidence. the cocaine had a street value of $16,000. the group "open democracy" is calling fall after a rare move nixed a bill calling for a constitutional amendment on
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the house voted 156-152 to pass senate bill 136 this week. the vote would have made new hampshire the 17th state and the first with republican majorities to officially take a stand against citizens united and unlimited campaign spending. that vote, however, was quickly reversed through a reconsideration vote. we won the vote and then there was a motion for reconsideration and the machine's broke and in those 20 minutes, a whole lot of representatives mysteriously switched their votes and we've spoken to representatives who said that leadership put pressure on them to switch their votes votes. amy: open democracy is investigating why the legislature's website doesn't include the original roll call vote. the public is not able to see which switched their votes. the store in bath, the title of
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continuously, easy for me to say, closing its door. the brick store, is closing its doors. the recession and they were originally planning to reopen in may. now, to a heart warming story out of new boston this morning, a disabled veteran living with cancer was stuck at home in bed until his community came together to help give him part of his life back. shelley walcott has the story. >> they were hard at work in new boston, volunteers motivated by a man they say inspires them. >> he's an amazing person with what he's facing. his spirit just inspires you to want to help people. >> he was battling cancer. >> on my birthday i was released from the hospital on november 13th and found i was paralyzed.
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has been found inside his home. when dan mcdonald heard about craig's inability to get around. he mobilized on his behalf. >> not only did you need a motorized wheelchair, he hasn't been out of house since november and couldn't get around the house. >> members of the new boston community church bought craig's wheelchair and they donated lumber for the ramp. >> and then we had a team of people, including people from the boston fire, team rubicon and other members here today to help build it. >> yeah! (applause). sean: -- craig is outside enjoying this for the first time in weeks. >> now i'm outside, i could possibly take the dog for a walk again. i'm so grateful they came together to help us. means a lot to us.
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amy: craig is the father of a 14 and 7-year-old and they are grateful his family has been able to overcome this hurdle. homeland security is delaying the enforcement of the real i.d. act. they're requiring newer, more stringent identification this year. homeland security announced yesterday that nonclient licenses would be accepted for the next two years. new hampshire had been granted an extension before friday's announce. students athelon london derry high school donated hair for wigs and those involved say it's a wonderful feeling. >> it's emotional, i was cutting someone's hair a year ago never nothing i'd be a recipient.
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beautiful thing these angels are doing. >> it's amazing. i can't believe i'm improving somebody's lives like this. more than 200 students took part in the event. new on 9, a philadelphia officer was ambushed by someone for isis. the warning nationwide. one of the most notorious criminals is back behind bars.
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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,
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>> good morning and welcome back. here is a live look at the seacoast. portsmouth at 32 degrees. clouds, fog, and some occasional wintery mixed precipitation we've been seeing out there this morning.
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it's not the nicest ever. coming up in a few minutes. >> a philadelphia police officer is recovering after being ambushed by a man who told investigators he attacked the officer in the name of isis. 30-year-old edward archer allegedly ambushed jesse hartnett who was shot three times in the arm. officials say that hartnett was sitting at an intersection when archer opened fire. police arrested archer and had a stolen gun. they're urging officers to be extra vigilant. the world's most notorious drug lord is back in custody for a third time. el chapo el chapo is now back in custody after three months on the run. mexican authorities hasn't
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be back to the united states. five people were dead in the raid. just last year, a cousin and another were related to smuggling and they'll both spend 16 years behind bars. good morning. josh: good morning, it's a little slick out there this morning, did you run into that? >> they asked me when i came in. i did fine. my roads were treated. josh: i went through rain, freezing rain and some snow, be careful out there. amy: mother nature reserving it for you, a full menu. josh: a private showing there. we'll talk about the forecast. amy: it's 6:13, josh will be back with his forecast.
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> good saturday morning, we start off today with temperatures either side of 32, so, if you're on the lower side of it, you could have some freezing conditions to deal with out there and even if you're just above 32, you could have some slick roadways in some spots because we've had mixed wintery showers out there at times during the overnight hours. all right, here is a look at our spotter network temperatures. more of the same. as you can see, southeastern new hampshire, even where from 32 to 33 degrees. southwestern parts of the state
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mark or a little below it. some areas in new hampshire seeing a little bit of fresh snow this morning after last night and early this morning as well. and right around 32 or a little below in the lakes region, central new hampshire and up into northern new hampshire and upper 20's to lower 30's. visibility is limited in some locations as you can see, not so much in northern new hampshire, but in some of the southern new hampshire locations, you've got a little bit of limited visibility so keep that in mind. here is a look at the doppler radar. not everything showing up, it's a low level precipitation, so, we've seen some of that skirting under the radar, but you still can tell how there's light spotty, either drizzle, freezing drizzle or snow out there. the good old classic wintery mix and there's more to go off to our west and southwest off and on through the day today as temperatures warm above 32 into the mid and upper 30's today.
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over to freezing rain, over to again light rain or drizzle. next up, it's this big system here in the south and that's heading toward us, as it makes a beeline, it draws in atlantic moisture and it wrings out a lot of moisture from the atmosphere during the day tomorrow. so you will see there that the temperatures are going to come along with it, milder temperatures in southeastern new hampshire -- the u.s., rather, and those mild interprets-- temperatures get dragged up. today, light, showers, it could be any mix, temperatures above 32 just about everywhere and that means light drizzle, maybe some mountaintop snow. tonight, spotty showers, fog, drizzle, light rain turns to moderate and heavy showers, it brings along a lot of wind as well.
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conditions and snow showers will continue to be a possibility. all right, a look at the forecast for today and tonight, as you can see, temperatures tonight, down to just about 32 or more, and then we'll see them rise up tomorrow, near record warmth tomorrow, but also, heavy rain and a lot of wind. not the best day tomorrow. i gets it won't be tough travelling in terms of slick roadways, there could be ponding, could be up to an inch of rainfall and a colder week ahead as well. it's interesting the next few days. >> you'll have to start earning your keep then. >> never do that. >> a milford third grader got a huge surprise. her dad, a national guardsman. >> he'd been gonna year and we'll show you the reunion. >> i'm excited to see her. >> daddy!
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>> and judging by this reaction, so was she. 9-year-old kylie jones hasn't seen her dad, specialist george jones in about a year. he's been deployed to the middle east since february. >> how are you? >> good. >> oh, i missed you so much. >> so did i. >> you're getting so big. >> he decided to surprise her in her third grade classroom at heron pond. although her classmates and our cameras were there, you'd think it was just the two of them. >> i missed you. >> so did i. >> making up for a year of hugs and kisses. >> it felt like the about he is moment is-- best moment of my life. >> this moment is a great relief. over the year, george's absence has taken a toll on their daughter. >> i can't just call him up because of the time zone, so, very hard. >> i was smiling before the door even open, i could hear her outside talking and waiting for
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>> i didn't expect all this. >> her friends joined in her excitement, giving her a group hug send-off, including dad. >> and then it was time to leave with dad. catching up on so much lost time and plans along the way. >> could we get a pupper over the weekend? >> we'll see. >> heather hamill. amy: a puppy? she's going for it! a mug of hot chocolate will teach you how to make your own from scratch. we're 31 days away from the new hampshire primary and the candidates are hitting the granite state hard and we have the latest from the campaign trail. in this week's adopt-a-pet, say hello to ramsey, a 10 month old pit bull mix. he would prefer not to live with
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announcer: 3 republican 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? jeb bush.
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>> well, hello there, everybody. we've got a treat for your sweet tooth in cook's corner. we're joined by michelle's sweet shop now in londonderry.
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moved, right? >> we were in epsom. our location was up on a hill and it was hard to find us. londonderry is where we ended up. >> what are you making today? >> a hot chocolate mix, quite appropriate, saying it's cold outside. >> could use it. but we tell it in our stores as well as other sweets and treats. we still do the popcorn, that's our primary product we manufacture there. >> some jumpy flavors. >> about 25 altogether. >> wow. how do we make this? >> it's a very simple recipe. you're going to start. i use a food processor, but if you don't have one, you can use a bowl with a whisk. the food processor takes the granule nondried milk powder, that's the only thing. >> we'll start with two cups of dried milk powder. >> i didn't know that exited until now. >> it does. we have three quarters of a cup
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you can use regular, i choose extra fine. >> extra fine is my middle name, right? >> you are fine, sean. sean: nondairy creamer. >> and half a cup of unsweetened cocoa. sean: you're going to set that back up there. >> i am. hopefully i can get this thing on. pulse it for about a minute. sean: that goes right together. look at that, ok. >> yes. and you'll keep doing that for about a minute and then you're going to just store it in an airtight container until you're ready to use it. sean: serve it up. >> basically to serve it up, however much, everybody is a different taste and poor in your hot water. sean: you're famous for popcorn. what are the flavors? >> our top sellers are our buffalo supreme, extra cheddar,
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we have some called jumpble, nor'easter, dark chocolate mint. sean: what is a nor'easter? >> it's a storm of flavor in your mouth. caramel pop corner quoted in chocolate and crushed potato chips and drizzled with dark chocolate. sean: what other things? >> we have our fudge and cup takes cakes and cookies. where is it in the low location. >> you can get us by the mall, or 603-425-2946. sean: thank you very much.
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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, and he's the only one who can bring real change. i'm bernie sanders,
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do, now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it is 6:30. we begin with a live look at meredith. 30 degrees there at this hour. here is a look at top stories on the half hour. we now know the identity of the woman found dead in warner this week. allison robertson was on the way to visit family in pembroke when her car broke down and she got out to find help. three republican contenders are on the campaign trail, john kasich, carl fiorina and marco rubio. the first woman to be mayor of nashua, her term expires at noon tomorrow. we'll tell those stories, but first let's check with josh judge and a look at today's forecast. josh: hi there.
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of 32 degrees and there fore, you've got slippery conditions and plus, it's been a mix, a wintery mix, a true one, actually, with rain, freezing rain and snow in a lot of locations overnight and this morning you may be waking up to a fresh dusting to an inch or so in some locations and you can see there's more out there. not all of it, it's low level and it's riding under the radar plenty more to the west and south at times move in. next up, it's this weather system, a big area of low pressure here that's heading in our direction for a very different time of day tomorrow, but for today, we'll just leave it as temperatures eventually getting above the freezing mark, so, any wintery mix will go over to light drizzle or sprinkles this afternoon. we'll talk about the sunday forecast and rain. >> a manchester man faces charges after a standoff this week.
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family home on dave street on thursday. five others were inside at the time. he threatened to kill everyone and would not let them leave. and s.w.a.t. members overpowered him as they took him in custody. nobody was hurt. out of know, an officer shot this morning while responding to a fight in the bronx. the injured officer was shot in the leg. this all happening on his fourth anniversary of joining the force. the suspect has been identified as a 19-year-old male that suspect is in serious condition after exchanging gunfire with police. we know that five additional people were taken to the hospital, due to the initial incident. we will continue to monitor the situation and bring you updates as they merit. this morning, a boston police officer is recovering after being shot. and a tool that became standard issue for boston police just a few months ago may have saved that officer's life. the plain clothes officer was
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morning and used a department issued tourniquet to help stop the bleeding. the officer was seriously injured, but is expected to make a full recovery. bail will remain at $10,000 cash for the mother from rochester charged in connection to her jazz jasmine rood is one of three in connection with the death. and the attorney's office may file charges against her as well. and she's an increased flight risk, and there are federal charges. a family in mourning after the body of an 87-year-old woman was discovered on bear pond road in warner. police say that allison robinson was stranded wednesday after her car hit a rock. she left her car to look for help, but never returned. an autopsy concluded she died
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she was found frozen in the snow. robertson's granddaughter says her death is something she'll have a hard time getting over. robertson was on her way to visit her daughter in pembroke. >> loved people, her family, her kids, she would do anything for anybody. >> oh, i just miss her. just want her here. a wonderful woman. amy: robertson's family says they are grateful that she was found. well, candidates are focusing in on new hampshire with the primary just about a month away three republican contenders are on the campaign trail here in the granite state. 2016 commitment coverage. >> i don't want to make decisions without having women in the room because i think without it you're not getting the full picture of how to do things, this is not just-- i'm not pandering here, this is
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amy: john kasich rolled into exeter friday night and spoke to a packed house at the exeter inn. kasich says he's been able to create a $2 billion budget surplus and 385,000 new jobs while governor of ohio through compromise. >> the republican party is my vehicle, not my master. >> like most g.o.p. hopefuls, he wants to cut funding to planned parenthood and he defunded in ohio in 2013. >> it's not just health centers, but hospitals, legitimate hospitals that these kind of entities women can go to if they need. no way we can take the money out and not have money for women's health. are you kidding me? . carly fiorina spoke to voters and sipped fine wine. the speech was anything, but light, taking a firm line against isis and iran. >> until you open every military
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anytime inspections by our people, not yours, we the people of the united states of america will make it as difficult as possible to move money. we must stop the money flow. >> senator marco rubio stressed the conservative to the white house for better health care. >> a year and a half ago i passed a law and the president signed a law that said you can fire any senior executive at the va. you're more likely to win the powerball than to be fired from the va. amy: don't expect the campaign season to slowdown yet. hillary clinton will get an endorsement from planned parenthood and donald trump will head to windham. head to wmur.com for more on the candidates and where they have stops planned.
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nashua's first female mayor's term will end, she won by 632 votes and there are a lot of things she'll remember about the job, but treasure the people she worked with the most. >> probably my thing that i'm most proud of being mayor is how we did things. you know? the approach we took. we stayed on the high road. we brought the right people to the table to solve complex problems. amy: lozo says she's starting a career of director of southern new hampshire services. there are a lot of issues facing our country right now and playing a role in the presidential election. democrats say climate change is one of the most important issues. republicans have a different take on the government's role. aixa diaz breaks it down. >> among the major issues debated on the campaign trail, climate change is one of the most polarizing.
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change and reducing the amount of carbon is an issue. >> unveiling a plan for power plants and three months later he rejected the keystone pipeline. >> that can lead to sea level rise and weather events. the time for action is now. >> there are solutions and they are available today, if policy makers will embrace them. >> these policies really look at temperatures. >> nicholas of the mayor taj foundation say more regulations do little for the environment and end up hurting the economy. >> it's for everything we make and do, you'll be hit when you go to the grocery store and the home depot. >> a candidate's position on climate change could be at that double-edged sword. >> the risk, you get too far to
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on the environment over the economy, it could be vulnerability over the election and republicans talking about science, not dealing with the issue in an em -- empirical way. >> i'm aixa diaz. amy: we're taking an in depth look at another issue every week. find that in the politics section of wmur.com. the bruins six games in nine days. did they kick it off with a win in new jersey? >> we're waking up to slick roads out there. a wintery mix and then plain old wind and drizzle. temperatures make it to the mid and upper 30's. get rea 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...
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in new orleans. over the last 3 years, rubio has missed important national security hearings and missed more total votes than any other senator. politics first: that's the rubio way. right to rise usa
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. josh: low visibility, low clouds, some fog and also some wintery mix precipitation out there. we'll go over that in a second. 32 degrees at the seacoast and temperatures around the region. either side of the freezing mark. so, for some areas where you're below freezing, you could have slick roads out there. plus, there are several areas with freezing rain and snow
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very light, but certainly enough to sort of grease up the roads a little bit. and the fog and low cloudness as well in central and southern new hampshire, not everywhere, but you could come in and out of it. there's a look at the precipitation. as you can see, different colors showing up on the color coded radar, rain, freezing rain, and snow in some locations. some areas you may actually be waking up to a dusting to an inch of snow out there. there's more to the west and south and we'll pull in and widen the view so you can see there's more to go here. off and on, really, at any time today, you could see some light precipitation, so it's not going to be the best of days, however, depends on what you consider the best of days, because tomorrow, we have another weather system moving in and it brings a couple of big changes. number one, a lot of rain with the system as it pulls up toward us. yes, it moves from the southern part of the usa down towards texas and into missouri, all the way up to us, today, tonight,
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it moves in around mid to late morning, depending where you are, some warmth with it. out in front, it's the counter clock-wise flow and you bring it temperatures tomorrow will be warm this time of year. upper 40's and lower 50's despite the rain that will be falling. futurecast, keep in mind, it's such light precipitation, it doesn't show up that well on futurecast on the models here, expect that, really, at any time today. otherwise cloudy conditions and temperatures in the 30's, we rise from the mid to upper 30's today. tonight, more spotty showers, temperatures rising, so the lows for tonight will be in the early part of the evening and then rise during the overnight and this falls as rain overnight into early tomorrow morning at this time there could be light showers and then starts to pick up by mid to late morning and heavy rainfall around lunchtime time through the afternoon and into the evening.
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it pulls out of here tomorrow night into monday morning and monday noticeably colder and a chance for snow flurries. we could have some lake effect snow that sometimes it's able to do this, could make it all the way into some parts of western new hampshire. all right, for today. we're talking about that tonight. 30's and then tomorrow, check out the possible temperatures we'll be seeing, upper 40's and lower 50's will be on the way. there's a look at your week ahead. it's a colder week this upcoming week, one mild day tomorrow. but a lot of rain on the way and wind as well. another shot at some snow, amy: all right. thanks, josh. from a cookie rally full of girl scouts to free ski lessons, we have the latest happening in the granite state and we want today hear you say. >> what's happening? >> new hampshire? >> it's time to play bingo, stop by and receive a card filled
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this is the first time for teens and adults. reading has its perks. every time you complete five boxes in a row, you'll earn a raffle ticket. any concord or penncook resident. girl scouts in the green and white mountains are holding an event today and tomorrow and they're participating in a digital cookie which allows girls to sell cookies from their protected, personalized websites and then cookies are shipped directly to the buyer. more than 75,000 high school students from around the world are expected to take part in the 2016 first aerobics competition at southern new hampshire university in manchester today. at the kickoff, teams will receive their kit of parts, and they'll have six weeks to design and build a robot. here is the time to hit the slopes for free.
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people can try snow shoeing and country skiing at the trails for free. the introduction to sports activity scheduled for 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., be sure to pre register. i'm tom griffith, wmur news 9. sports. >> hey, everyone, start on the ice with the bruins down in new track. that's paul thompson, he made his nhl debut for the devils last night from derry, new hampshire. first period, bruins get on the board quickly, just a minute and two into the game. that's his sixth of the year, 1-0 boston after one, two more in the second, ryan spooner, that's his 9th that from the blue line.
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the 3,000th regular win for the franchise and they skate at ottawa, playing six games in nine days. the monarchs, kitson scored twice and they made 35 saves. monarchs won. and they each tallied a goal and two assists in the win. same two teams play tonight 7:00 in el myra as well. toughs test for unh. u-mass lowell, the river hawks, they had a great game in net for the wildcats. a nice glove save here in the second period. no score after two periods, late in the third. the river hawks push one by and ryan collins scores with 2:44 in regulation. u mass lowell, the wildcats play
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dartmouth skated to a 1-0 loss. tomorrow, they'll host holy cross on sunday at 4:00. women's hockey. friday afternoon, st. anselm home, and mcnamara gets a shot off and they stuff home the rebound and that made it 1-0 hawks. same in the third. hayley kent with a great chance, she stays with it and gets the goal. st. anselm wins with a shutout. 2-0 the final. former unh football coach will be inducted into the national college football hall of fame. it was made on friday. and they were a coach for 27 years, retiring after the 1998 season as the winningest coach in atlantic 10 conference history. the ceremony will take place later this year on december 6th. and the nfl playoffs begin today. your afc wild card game the first one at 4:20.
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the chiefs and the texans. keep a eye out for number 84, ryan griffin, a tight end from londonderry, new hampshire. the patriots will play either the winner of that game or the cincinnati bengals if the bengals beat pittsburgh tonight. that's sports, back to you. amy: thank you, jason king. still ahead on news 9. lottery fever. while you may be tempted to enter the office pool, some advice from past winners. to u local hotshot. linda's neighbor took this picture of the a wild cat in
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>> well, we can't imagine anyone who wins the powerball drawing will be complaining. if you're in an office pool the celebration might be more complicated than you think. >> some previous winners saw themselves sorting out unexpected questions. tj holmes looks at issues cropping up from past winners.
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like good, clean fun until you actually win and the fighting begins. >> this group of california co-workers barely had time to celebrate their 315 million dollar prize when they were sued by four co-workers who claimed they had oral agreements to be part of the office pool. then this construction worker in new jersey, he was in charge of buying the lottery tickets for his work pool, but without telling anyone claimed a $38 million jackpot as his alone. he was sued and lost. confusion, lack of clarity, miscommunication and greed can come into play when hundreds of millions of dollars are at stake. i went to the office of home polish will 15 of the interior designers are in the powerball pool or is it 16? >> are you in the pool? >> i thought i was in the pool. >> you don't know if the boss it in the pool. >> this is the most unprepared pool i've seen. the group has just gone in together on 77 powerball tickets with no plan of what they'd do if they actually won.
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>> before they draw it on saturday. >> it's not all bad. this real estate office in florida hit it big and even though the new girl had no money for a ticket, they still cut her in. >> the fact that we got to share in an experience most never have in a lifetime, winning a powerball, we grew closer. >> now, they're all really good, really rich friends and ready to get even richer. >> i feel 100% confident that in this group of lottery tickets, we will hit the $700 million. >> that's a bold prediction. >> it's 800 million now. amy: 800 million. how confident are you? you bought a couple of tickets? >> i bought quite a few. i'm-- maybe just a little. if you win on your own you'll be richer than some of the biggest celebrities. your personal worth would be more than floyd mayweather, taylor swift, garth brooks, katy perry combined.
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josh: i'll take it. want to see the forecast? >> sure. josh: there's mixed precipitation. snow and freezing rain and regular drizzle. heavy rain tomorrow. downpours and a lot of winds with you it will be warm. a strange weekend ahead and then chilly for the week ahead. amy: thanks, josh. the news continues at the top of the hour. today's top stories, up next, winter weather makes for a messy commute. where state police saw the most accidents on friday.
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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,
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>> now on news 9, winter weather makes for a tough friday commute. the difficult driving conditions that turned i-93 into a parking lot. >> there's still some winter time precipitation this morning. we'll take a look at the rest of your weekend which includes heavy rain. >> very upset, very traumatic. realizing that she was out there for so long. amy: a woman found dead in the snow. this morning, her family speaking out about her passing. where she was headed when she ran into trouble. >> daddy! . amy: and a reunion nearly a year in the making. the special day at school one milford third grader will never forget forget.
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like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. hampshire. 7:00 on saturday, january 9th. i'm amy coveno. we'll get to the top stories in just a minute. first, josh judge is. the weather center with a look at i weekend. josh: yes, look behind me. look at hooksett sky cam, there's snow falling. if you drive around, you'll find it changes from place to place, on my way in, i encountered different precipitation, snow there, but you might encounter freezing drizzle or rain as well. there's a look at the doppler. the doppler does not show a lot of this because it's very low level precipitation riding under the radar. keep that in mind, you'll see rain in parts of southeastern new hampshire likely freezing rain in parts.
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we'll see that and then we'll talk more about it in a minute. this system is headed in our direction and that's bringing a lot of rain and wind, but also, the temperatures will be a surprise for you. we'll talk about that coming up in your full forecast. >> it's a tough drive home for some. most responded to exits 18 and 19. in canterbury, the highway was shut down more than an hourment it sent cars sliding on i-89. jean mackin was out on the roads and tells us about the conditions. >> nothing, but brake lights in the northbound lanes of canterbury and the same goes for the southbound side when the new hampshire d.o.t. reported several accidents, like this car towed from the side of the highway. rain, snow, and temperatures dipping below that freezing mark led to a sudden halt in weekend plans. traffic so stalled, we were able to get out and talk to drivers
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>> i just got a text from my wife, where are you? i said on 93. she said turn around, they just shut it down. i said too late for that, i'm stuck. >> this is at exit 16 in concord. conditions seemed to get worse north of the state capital. state police were busy handling one accident after the next. road crews headed out to treat the icy stretches of interstate that surprised some drivers. >> yeah, and i want to go home. [laughter] >> could be a while. >> yeah. great. >> just trying to get home, going to work tomorrow. night. like? >> i thought they were fine. some people don't understand the england. >> and state police do caution drivers to use those winter driving skills. they haven't had much of a chance to practice this winter. in hooksett. jean mackin, news 9.
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conditions in your neighborhood 24 hours a day with your wmur storm watch app. you'll got the latest conditions, the seven day forecast and you can sign up to be notified if severe weather is moving through. a woman is recovering after being struck by a jeep in hudson last night. it happened just after 7:30 webster and sunland drive. the woman was taken to the hospital for serious, but nonlife threatening injuries. drug, alcohol and speed do not appear to be factors in the crash according to police. a new york man is facing multiple felony charges following a drug bust in portsmouth. 41-year-old everton sterling was arrested at a hotel. cocaine had a street value of $16,000. the group "open democracy" is calling foul after a nixed bill on a constitutional amendment.
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bill 136 this week, the vote would have made new hampshire the 17th state and the first with republican majorities to officially take a stand against citizens united and unlimited campaign spending. that vote was quickly reversed through a reconsideration vote. >> we won the vote and then there was a motion for reconsideration, and the machines broke, in those 20 minutes, a whole lot of representatives mysteriously switched their votes and we've said that leadership put votes. amy: open democracy is investigating why the legislature's website does not include the original roll call vote to pass the bill. meaning at this point the public is not able to see which reps switched their votes. a store in bath that claimed the title of america's oldest continuously operating general store is closing its doors. owners of the brick store made
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they say economic factors like the decline of the tour bus industry and the recession prompted the decision. the store closed for winter, and originally planning to reopen in may. now, to a heart warming story out of new boston this morning. a disabled veteran living with cancer with as stuck home in bed until his community came together to give him part of his life back. story. they were hard at work in new boston. volunteers motivated by a man they say inspires them. >> he's an amazing person with what he's facing, his-- it just inspires you to want to do something. >> kevin spent weeks in the hospital battling cancer. >> on my birthday i was released on november 13th and found i was paralyzed. >> since then this dad of two has been bound to a hospital bed inside his home.
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mcdonald heard about craig ability to move around. >> not only did he need a ramp, he needed a motorized wheelchair, he hasn't been out of the house since november and couldn't get around in the house. >> members of the new boston church bought his wheelchair and chappell hill lumber donated lumber for the ramp. >> and we've had folks, folks from boston fire, team rubicon and other members to help build it. >> yeah! (applause) >> now, craig is back outside enjoying fresh air for the first time in weeks. and he and his family are grateful to have this part of their lives back. >> now i'm outside, i could possibly take the dog for a walk again. i'm just so very thankful they came together to help us. it means a lot to us.
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>> he's the father of a 14 and 7-year-old and they're greatful they can overcome this hurdle. tsa was expected to require newer, stringent identification at the start of this year. homeland security announced yesterday nonclient licenses would be accepted for the next two years. new hampshire had been granted an extension before friday's announcement. >> students at londonderry high school cut their hair as part of their annual day of giving, donating their locks to make wigs for those will illness. those involved say it's a great feeling. it's emotional. i was cutting someone's hair a year ago and no knowing i would be a recipient. it's a beautiful thing that these angels are doing. >> it's amazing and i can't
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>> more than 200 students took part in the event. coming up, a philadelphia officer ambushed, fired at multiple times the urgent warning going out to law enforcement nationwide this morning.
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back. a live look from manchester and snow has been falling in many parts of the granite state. including in manchester. slick roads and snow and seeing freezing rain and rain. extra caution, your forecast coming minutes away. >> we are following a developing situation out of new york. an officer responding to a fight in the bronx. police officials say the injured
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this is happening on his fourth anniversary of join the force. the suspect has been identified as a 19-year-old male and is in serious condition after exchanging gunfire with police. we know that five additional people were taken to the hospital due to the initial incident. that happened a day after n.y.p.d. had an internal memo urging them to be extra vigilant after a philadelphia officer was fired at over a dozen times. the officer is recovering after being ambushed. >> his allegiance to the islamic state. he follows allah and that's the reason he was called upon to do this. amy: 30-year-old edward archer allegedly ambushed officer jesse hartnett. he was sitting at an intersection when archer opened fire. they arrested archer and found the stolen gun. a no force drug lord is back in
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el chapo was arrested in mexico after six months on the run. he's at the el plano maximum security prison he escaped from. there's no word whether he will be extradited to the united states. the bloody early morning operation left five dead and officials also captured a rocket launcher, eight rifles and two armored vehicles in the raid. you may recall last year, a member of el chapo's cartel, his cousin was arrested here and 16 years behind bars. it's snowing, josh. josh: sure is. we'll tell you about that and rain. amy: there you are. josh: we'll talk about the rain on the way, too. >> all right. it's 7:13. josh will be right back with the forecast.
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a milford third grader, after recess. >> and in adopt-a-pet, this is ramsey, ramally is a 10-month-old pit bull mix available at the animal shelter, and prefers a home without cats, but likes other dogs ap children, too, we're told. for information about ramsey and other adoptable pets.
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch forecast. josh: it's a cloudy one out there this morning and we have precipitation falling in many forms. a lot of places it's falling as snow this morning. light snow greasing up the roads, so if you're out this morning, be extra cautious. that's sanbertton and 33 in manchester and portsmouth. it doesn't have to be below 32 for it to snow, of course. low visibility due to snow falling and low clouds and fog as well. here is a look at doppler radar. i'm going to point something out, you don't see all the snow. i told you it was snowing in manchester and that's because the low level clouds, low level clouds and lee level precipitation, a lot of it are, as they say, flying under the radar this morning. it's not showing up out there. numerous reports of it as well.
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morning, be advised the going may be on the slow side, the roads could be slick. some areas seeing snow and some areas seeing a little bit of light freezing rain or light rain out there as well. and there's more to go off to our west, so at times off and on, this will continue throughout the day and this afternoon, as temperatures finally rise a little higher into the mid or upper 30's, it should go over to light drizzle or some showers outs there. keep in mind, today will be tough driving at times and tomorrow, there's especially in the afternoon, a period of time where the driving is nt-- isn't the greatest. it drags it up in front of it like a snowplow, and temperatures up here tomorrow. the area of low pressure priss with it, the warm front. at times the rain will be coming down in buckets and then a cold front rolls through sunday night
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off quickly and stays windy and there could be snow showers in the mountains and maybe lake effect snow that could make it this far. here is how it evolves from a national view, organizing as he moves ahead, through with heavy rain. close up here, futurecast not showing a whole lot of light precipitation this morning, it's so light it doesn't get picked up by radar or our futurecast, it will be out there at times. cloudy skies and overnight light rain and temperatures will bottom out early and rise into tomorrow and rain overnight to tomorrow morning. tomorrow morning there could be some light rain at times and then heavier and heavier through the mid and late hours. thunder. gusty winds out of the south, southeast and they could be dangerously. or two. the temperatures today. upper to mid for us.
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in the lower 50's tomorrow, despite the heavy rain, and wind, and then it chills off big time for the upcoming week, a much colder week ahead. we'll watch some snow that could arrive tomorrow afternoon. >> lower 50's, is that a record? >> it's very near record breaking warmth. >> a milford third grader got a huge surprise. her dad was waiting for her after recess. >> he had been overseas almost a year. our heather hamel shows their reunion. >> i'm excited to see her. >> daddy! >> come here, baby. >> and judging by this reaction, so was she. nine-year-old kylie jones hasn't seen her dad in about a year, she's been deployed to the middle east since february. >> how are you? >> good. >> i missed you so much. >> so did i. >> you're getting so big.
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her third grade classroom. although her classmates were there, you'd think it was just the two of them. >> i missed you, so did i. >> their embraces making up for a year of missed hugs and kisses. >> it felt like the best moment of my life. >> oh. kylie's mom says this mom is a great relief. george's absence has taken its toll on her daughter. >> you can't just call him up because of the time zone, so very hard. >> i was smiling before the door opened. i could hear her outside talking and waiting for her to come in. >> i didn't even expect all of this. >> and her friends joined in her excitement, giving mer a group hug send-off. dad included. >> hug everybody, there we go, group hug. >> then it's time to leave with dad catching up on so much lost time. >> could we get a puppy over the
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>> going for the puppy. next, are you interested in beekeeping? coming up we'll give you resources and work shops to get you started. in the next half hour, we're 31 days against the new hampshire primary and the candidates are is the economy rigged? well, the 15 richest americans acquired more wealth in two years than the bottom 100 million people combined. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultra-rich
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for working people, ensure equal pay for women. the middle class will continue to disappear unless we level the playing field. with your help, as president,
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>> welcome to today's grow it green. we're in milford. i'm joined by margaret hagan from unh cooperative. there's a buzz and something people are interested in, having their ownby hives. >> people are interesting because pollinators are having trouble surviving keep in mind they're european honey bees, they're not native, but this is what i would be after, too, if you want honey. a couple of things you need to know. >> what do i need to keep a hive thriving? where do i site it, things of that nature. >> the first thing to do is site it in had a sunny area with a lot of lot of pollinate
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england. and you need the food source and then the water source. >> other things aside from that, do you need protection from wind, cold, water, and then in my case, i live in kind after rural area, i might need right? >> yeah, you might. of the wind. that's fine. you need to site it where you get sun and close proximity to water and pollnator plants. if you little in the rural area, you'll probably have problems with bears, you might want to put up an electric fence or in a hive that bears travel. >> we see a kit. >> pretty much everything out here, the book, the smoker, the feeder, you'll need to mail order your bees and in milford, they're having a workshop.
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when you go to farm and forest, they have for the new hampshire beekeeper's association, it's staffed by knowledgeable people, if you're uncertain talk to them and if you want to learn about pollnator plants, go tole cooperative website. >> there are a lot of books and find information that way and hopefully at some point in time you'll enjoy your own honey. >> that's it for today's grow it green. >> coming up in our next half hour of news 9 this morning, a boston police officer is alive this morning, thanks to a piece of equipment just issued to him. and an 87-year-old woman found dead in warner. this morning, her family is peeking out on who she was. but first, here is a live look
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like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it's 7:30. i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look at meredith. it looks windy there. here is a look at top stories on the half hour. we now know the identity of a woman in pembroke, her car broke down and she left it to get help. john kasich, carly fiorina and marco rubio held events trying to win over vote,before next month's primary. the first woman elected mayor in nashua, lozeau's term expires tomorrow. first, let's see if we can find mr. judge in the weather center.
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snow, in some areas, a little rain or freezing drizzle tomorrow. temperatures either side of 32. let's get to the doppler radar. the interesting thing is not much of the precipitation is showing up on the doppler radar. sure, you can see random rain or snow showing up there, but most of it is down low in the atmosphere. lower than the radar beams travel. it's snowing in many locations and a coating to an inch or so possible and realized in some locations and next up, it's this rain well down to our south over texas that will be moving in tomorrow. making a beeline toward us. that brings a big change for our day tomorrow. we'll talk about that rain that's on its way and what it brings with it in a few minutes. >> a manchester man faces multiple charges after a
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police say alame simwera y yi. no one was seriously hurt. this morning, a boston police officer is recovering after being shot. a tool that became standard issue for boston police just a few months ago may have saved that officer's life. plain clothes officer was shot in the leg yesterday morning and used a department issued tourniquet to help stop the bleeding. officers requested tourniquets after the boston marathon bombing. the officer was seriously injured, but is expect today recover. bail will remain at $10,000 cash for the mother charged in connection to her daughter's everdose death. she's one of three arrested in connect with her death. prosecutors believe rood is an increased flight risk because of the possible federal charges. a family in mourning after the
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discovered on bear pond road in warner. police say allison robertson was stranded in a remote area after her car hit a rock. she left her vehicle to look for help and she never returned. an autopsy concluded she died from heart failure. she was found frozen in the snow. robertson's granddaughter says her death is something she'll have a hard time getting over. she was on the way to visit her granddaughter in pembroke. >> a christian woman, loved people people, loved her family, her kids. she would do anything for anybody. >> i just miss her, just want her here. a wonderful woman. amy: robertson's family says they are grateful that she was found. now to commitment 2016 coverage. candidates are focussing in on new hampshire with the primary just a month away.
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-- contend contenders were here. >> i don't ever want to make decisions without women in the room. without it, you're not getting things. this is not -- i'm just not pandering here. this is the way i roll. >> john kasich spoke to a packed house at the exeter inn. he's been able to create a $2 billion surplus and new jobs while governor of ohio through promise. the republican party is my vehicle not my master. >> like most, kasich wants to cut funding to planned parenthood, he cut it in ohio since 2013. >> there are women's hospitals, the entities women can go to. no way we can take that money away and not have the money there for women's health i mean,
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>> kari fiorina visited labelle wineries before she spoke and sipped fine wine. the speech was anything, but line taking a firm line against isis and iran. >> until you open every military and nuclear facility to anytime anywhere inspections by our people not yours, we in the united states of america will make it as difficult as possible for to you move money. we must stop the money flow. >> florida senator marco rubio health care. >> a year and a half ago, i passed a law and the president signed a law you can fire any senior executive at the va who didn't doing the job. let me tell you, you're more likely to win the powerball than fired from the va. amy: don't expect the campaign season to slow down yesterday. hillary clinton will pick up an endorsement from planned parenthood and donald trump will
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pan go to wmur.com for more on their stops. nashua's first female mayor's term officially expires and lozeau served as mayor and won the first election by over 600 votes. she'll treasure the people that she worked with the most. >> probably my thing i'm most proud of being mayor. how we did things, the approach we took the stayed on the high road and went to the table to solve the problems. she's now starting a career as executive director of southern new hampshire services. there are a lot of issues facing our country right now and they are all playing a role in the presidential election. democrat say climate change is one of the most important issues, but republicans have a different take on the
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wmur's aixa diaz breaks down the debate. among the major issues debated on the campaign trail, climate change is one of the most polarizing. >> to reduce the carbon is a top issue. president obama introduced a plan to reduce carbon pollution from plants. and then he rejected the keystone pipeline. greg dodson says that the time for action is now. >> there are solutions. there are available today. if policy makers will embrace them. >> the policies won't do anything to mitigate global temperatures. >> nick argues more regulations do little for the environment and end up hurting the economy. >> because energy is a necessary component for everything we make and do, you'll be hit when you go to the grocery store, when you go to the home depot.
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says a candidate's position on climate change could be a double edged sword. >> the risk, if you get too far to the left and sound like you're too closed on the environment over the economy, it could be a vulnerability in the general election, for the republicans, a vulnerability, they're not talking about science or dealing in an empirical way. >> nearly 200 countries had an accord to deal with greenhouse gas emissions. amy: leading up to the primary you'll find stories in the politics section of wmur.com. a new hampshire middle school earned bragging rights for healthy lunches. they awarded them a bronze award for the healthier u.s. initiative. it recognizes schools enrolled in team nutrition and healthier environments.
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earned these awards. the usda presented a banner and a plaque. >> we tried to have a smarter lunch room. we have a checklist that we go through and a lot of suggestions that we can make the food more attractive and presenting food in a way that the students will be selecting healthy options every day when they come in. the award also recognizes the school's excellence in health programs and physical activity. the challenge is part of first lady michelle obama's let's move initiative to end obesity. >> coming up next, have you ever wondered how new england's favorite quarterback and his supermodel wife stay so beautiful? i wonder it all the time. we talked to their personal chef to learn their health secrets. unh hockey team fell at home last night. jason king has those highlights and more in sports. josh: it's snowing right now in a lot of new hampshire. we can see that before it
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temperatures today in the 30's, wait until you see where they're headed tomorrow.
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with the snow. >> you could see an inch in a few spots out there today. and the snow will lightly come and go at times this morning and
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over to some freezing drizzle and then plain drizzle if the this afternoon. right now, 33 degrees above in manchester with visibility on the low side, a mile or two. 32 in concord, as well as portsmouth, jaffery and many locations in plymouth. 30 in laconia, and 30's in the north country. there's your visibilities in the southern half of the state, it's lower thanks to falling snow, and low clouds. we've got several hazards on the road if you're driving around. be extra cautious, it's slick from overnight freezing rain, sleet and snow. now, of course, the snow continuing in many locations and you're looking at doppler radar and saying where is the snow? this is low level snow flying under the radar so you don't see a lot of it. you do see some precipitation all around us, and that shows that the atmosphere was very moist of course. but we will see the periods of snow continuing for the next several hours and it could lighten up at times and it would
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sky. it may turn over to freezing drizzle and drizzle through the mid day and afternoon hours, it's cloudy and not a nice day. temperatures into the mid and upper 30's and there's more precipitation upwind of us. and the big storm is here in the south moving up through texas and oklahoma, missouri and alabama and making its way toward us. with the counter clock-wise flow of the winds, they're pulling up from here and look what they're pulling with them. milder temperatures, so tomorrow will be near record warmth as the record for concord for tomorrow, 54 degrees. we probably don't get there, but locations. another look at the doppler radar. not only does the radar not show it well. futurecast doesn't pick it up well either, but it's out there. light snow at times today. dusting up to an inch possible, and some areas already at the one inch mark and light freezing drizzle or drizzle depending on lowercation. overnight, temperatures will be
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up from the south and that means overnight tonight into early tomorrow morning, this rain would likely be falling as plain rain. it starts to pick up through the morning, but it's about mid to late morning when it starts to get heavier, by afternoon, it's absolutely pouring at times, and there's going to be gusty winds that are coming in south of the south-southeast along with this system, can't rule out a rumble of thunder in a spot or two. it clears the way overnight, monday, windy and much, much colder for the day. all right, let's take a look at today's temperatures, there they off. mid to upper 30's near the seacoast and near 40 degrees. a big difference for tomorrow, and temperatures upper 40's and near recordbreaking warmth and heavy rain at times with a different type of road hazard for tomorrow, and there would be a ponding of water on the roads as winds as well. it cools off significantly for the entire upcoming week.
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>> wow, big ups and downs, rollercoaster forecasts for you here. >> stay indoors. >> yeah, all right. well, it's 7:46, here are stories that have been trending this week. >> a picture of an adorable animal still sparking debate on the internet, posted with the caption that read, somebody brought this bear into doggy day care. turns out it's a dog and the person is a pomeranian mix. a traffic camera in canada captured this. how cool is that? a snowy owl flying past its lens, the owl reminding some of headwig of harry potter. experts say it was probably looking for prey and finding a good place to perch. beyonce will be joining cold play february 7th for the home of the san francisco 49ers. you'll have to be stricter than
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help you look like tom brady. they walked to his personal chef what keeps him and his supermodel wife so trim. >> from the gridiron, to the red carpet. quarterback tom brady and his supermodel wife gisele bunchen are one of hollywood's glamorous couple. and they're revealing the powerhouse diet. >> tom and gizelle are known for having some of the hottest bodies on the planet. it sounds like their diet isn't that exciting. >> 80% of their diets, vegetables and whole grains, brown rice, keen quinoa and lean beef, chicken steak, wild salmon and occasionally duck. gizelle posting pictures of her healthy diet on instagram. eating a vegetable soup and her
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green juice and tom making breakfast with the #healthypan kicks. what foods are off limits, no white sugar, no msg. i'll cook with coconut oil. i use himalayan pink salt, i never used iodized salt. >> they don't consume commonly eaten things like caffeine, dairy, white flour, they avoid all of those. this diet sound very strict, but that's what keeps tomorrow at the top of his game in the nfl and gizelle one of the most sought after models in the world. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> hey, everyone, let's start on the ice for the bruins. they were in new jersey taking on the devils. that's paul thompson making his nhl debut. he's from dairy, new hampshire,
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first period, just a minute-two into the game. lifting the rebound past cory sh snyder. ryan spooner would get the eventual game winner, his 9th of the year. two more, jamie hayes and miller scored. bruins win 4-1, the 3000th regular season win for the franchise. they skate at ottawa tonight. the monarchs in el myra this weekend. last night they win 6-1. doug carr made 35 saves and kitzan scored twice. same two teams in el myra tonight. tough rest for unh played the 10th ranked team in the country. late in the third or there was a good game for the wildcats and a save there in the second period. scoreless after two, but late in the third. the river hawks push one by and
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remaining in regulation and u-mass lowell wins it 1-0. unh 2-2-4 in league play. the wildcats play a home and home next weekend. dartmouth skated to a 1-0 loss. they were at vermont. they're back at home, the big green, to host holy cross. the nfl playoffs begin today. the if afc wild card, you can see it here on channel 9. the chiefs and the texans and the patriots play either the winner of that game or the bengals if the bengals beat pittsburgh later on tonight and that game will be on january 16th at gillet stadium. the patriots watching that game closely. that's sports, back to you. amy: ahead on news 9 this morning, lottery fever. you may be tempted to enter into
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>> we certainly can't imagine anyone who wins the powerball
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if you're in an office pool it might be more complicated. josh: some past winners sorted out issues. we look at past issues that cropped up for past winners. >> the office lottery pool seems like fun until you actually win and the fighting begins. these people had a 15 million dollar prize and sued by four co-workers who claimed they had oral agreements to be part of the office pool. >> and then this construction worker in new jersey, he was in charge of buying the lottery tickets for his work pool. without telling anyone, claimed a $38 million jackpot as his alone. he was sued and lost. confusion, lack of clarity, miscommunication and greed can come into play when hundreds of millions are at stake.
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where 15 are in the pool, or is it 16? >> i thought i was in the pool. >> the boss is not in the pool? this is the most confusing-- they have no plan what they'd do if they actually won. >> we'll work it out before. >> before they draw it on saturday. >> it's not all bad. this real estate office in florida hit it big and even though the new girl had no money for a ticket, they cut her in. >> the fact we got into share in an experience most never have in a lifetime, winning a powerball, we grew closer. >> now they're all really good, really rich friends and they're ready to get richer. >> i feel 100% confident in this group of lottery tickets, we will hit the 700 million. amy: except now, it's 800 million. josh: i don't want them to win again, they already had their chance. amy: absolutely, i agree. josh: if you win on your own, you'll be richer than some of the world's biggest celebrities. in fact, your personal wealth would be more than floyd
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brooks and katy perry combined. that's a lot of money. amy: a lot of dineros. josh: here is something you can comprehend, the precipitation snow. it could cheng to rain. especially tomorrow afternoon, but it will be around in the morning in lighter fashion as well, with warm temperatures, windy conditions, and then getting cold. wow, that's a lot of ups and downs. amy: indeed. josh: get ready for it. amy: news continues at the top of the hour, the top stories coming up next, winter weather making for a messy friday commute. where the state police saw the most accidents. a local veteran receives a
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>> now on news 9, winter weather makes for a tough friday commute. the difficult driving conditions lot. josh: and there's still winter time precipitation this morning. we'll take a look at the rest of the weekend which includes heavy rain. >> very upset, very traumatic. realizing that she was out there for so long. >> a woman found dead in the snow. this morning, her family speaking out about her passing. where she was headed when she ran into trouble. >> daddy! >> and a reunion nearly a year in the making.
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milford third grader will never forget. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire. 8:00 on saturday. january 9th. i'm aim my coveno. first, josh judge joins us with a messy forecast. josh: yes, start out with snow in a lot of places. we've trained our cameras over towards goffstown, it's been snowing many hours there. eventually it could mix with rain or liz drizzle at times as the temperature slowly rises up. right now either side of freezing, but they'll head up into at least the mid 30's and upper 30's by this afternoon. doppler radar not gog a good job snowing up that precipitation because it's a very low level. you can see it dancing around the new england area.
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poised and ready right here, it does it during the day today. and periods of heavy rain and warmer temperatures, here is what to look for, mid to upper 30's, rain and snow at times and freezing drizzle or plain rain by this afternoon. we'll talk more about that rain for tomorrow in your full forecast coming up. >> well, certainly, a tough night. state police say they responded to numerous accidents, mostly on interstate 93 between exits 18 and 19. in couldn'tbury the highway was shut down more than an hour. freezing rain and light snow sent cars sliding on 89. wmur's jean mackin was on the roads last night and tells us about the conditions. >> nothing, but brake lights in the northbound lanes of 93 in canterbury. same goes for the southbound side where the new hampshire d d.o.t. reported several accidents, like this car towed from the side of the highway. rain, snow and temperatures
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led to a sudden halt in weekend plans. traffic so stalled, we were able to get out and talk to drivers stopped in their tracks. >> i just got a text from my wife and she said where are you? i said i'm on 93. she said turn around, they just shut it down. i said too late for that. >> this is exit 16 in concord. conditions seemed to get worse north of the state capital. several problems with reported on 89. state police were busy handling one accident to the next and road crews to look at the icy interstate that surprised some drivers. >> i wanted to go home. >> could be a while. >> yeah, great. >> just got home, i don't want to be ought owl night. >> what were the road conditions like? >> i thought they were fine, but some people don't understand the driving conditions in new england. >> and state police do caution
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driving skills, they haven't had much chance to practice this winter. in hooksett, jean mackin, wmur news 9. >> and remember, you can track the conditions in your neighborhood at the app, get the conditions and notified if severe weather is moving through. right now, mountain road in lemster is closed due to a tractor-trailer accident there. dispatchers telling news 9 the tractor-trailer slid and crashed into some guardrails and we're told the tractor-trailer is stuck, but a tow truck is on the way. dispatchers say roads are being treated in that area, no injuries were reported. no word as to when the road will be reopened. a woman is recovering after being hit by a jeep in hudson, this happened after 7:30 at webster and sunland drive. the woman was taken to the hospital for serious and nonlife
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and a new york man is facing multiple felony charges following a drug bust in portsmouth. police say 41-year-old everton sterling was arrested at a local hotel. police seized marijuana and cocaine as evidence. the cocaine had a street value of $16,000. the group "open democracy" after a rare move nixed a bill calling for a constitutional amendment and campaign spending. the house voted to pass 136 this week. the vote would have made new hampshire the 17th state and the first with republican majorities to officially take a stand against citizens united and unlimited campaign spending. that vote was quickly reversed through a reconsideration vote. >> we won the vote and then there was a motion for reconsideration and the machines broke and in those 20 minutes.
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representatives mysteriously switched their votes and we've spoken to representatives that leadership put pressure on them to switch their votes. >> open democracy is investigating why the legislature's website does not include the original role call vote to pass the bill. meaning at this point the public is not able to see which reps switched their votes. a store in bath claiming the title of the continuously operated store closed its doors. the brick store said the declining tourism and the recession recession. they had originally planned on opening in may. a heart warming story. a veteran suffering from cancer was home stuck in bed until the community came together to give him his life back. shelley walcott has the story.
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volunteers motivated by a man they say inspires them. >> he's an amazing person with what he's facing, his spirit inspires you to wants to do something for. >> craig was battling cancer. >> on my birthday i was released from the hospital on the 13th and found i was paralyzed. >> since then this dad of two was bound to his bed in home. when mcdonald heard his situation, he mobilized on his behalf. >> not only did he need a ramp he needed a wheelchair, a motorized wheelchair. he couldn't get rpd a the house. >> the members of the university church, and the chapel donated lumber for the ramp. >> then we had a group of people including the folks from boston
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members here today to help build it. [applause]. >> now craig is back outside enjoying the fresh air for the first time in weeks and he and his family are grateful to have this part of their lives back. >> now i'm outside, i can possibly take the dog for a walk again. and i'm just so very grateful they've come together to help them. >> he's the father of a 14 and 7-year-old and they're greatful they are able to overcome to hurdle. newer and more string gept i.d.'s, homeland security said that nonclient licenses would be accepted for the next two years. new hampshire had been granted an extension before friday's announcement.
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morning, a philadelphia officer fired at and the urgent notice going out this morning.
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>> good morning. and welcome back. here is meredith. it's 30 degrees there and we've seen many parts of central and southern new hampshire in particular seeing some light snow this morning. even accumulating a little bit and we'll take a look how much longer that lasts and the rest of the weekend. big changes ahead. that's in your forecast in a few minutes. amy: we are continuing to follow a developing situation in new york. an officer was shot this morning while responding to a fight in the bronx. officials say the officer was shot in the leg. the suspect has been identified as a 19-year-old male and is in serious condition after exchanging gunfire with police. five others were taken to the hospital. we'll bring you judgments as
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this is all happening a day after the n.y.p.d. issued an internal memo urges officers to be extra vigilant after a philadelphia police officer was fired at over a dozen times. the officer is now recovering after being ambushed. >> he pledges his allegiance to islamic state and follows allah and that's the reason he was called upon to do this. amy: 30-year-old edward archer allegedly ambushed officer jesse hartnett who was shot three times in the air. officials say that hartnett was sitting at an intersection when archer opened fire and police arrested archer and recovered the stolen gun. the world's most notorious drug lord is back in custody. el chapo was arrested after six months on the run. he's at the prison he escaped from in july. they didn't comment will he will be at the u.s.
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officials captured a rocket launcher, eight rifles and two armored vehicles in the raid. just last year, a member of el chapo's cartel along with one of his cousins were sentenced in new hampshire, with charges related to cocaine smuggling. bar. >> maine governor paul lepage is under under fire after making racially charged comments. during the meeting he spoke about truck abuse. >> the traffickers, these aren't people that take drugs, these are guys named d-money, smoothy, shifty, these type of guys that come from connecticut, new york, they come up here and sell their heroin and go back home. incidentally, half the time they impregnate a young white girl before they leave. amy: governor lepage held a press coverage to address the comments. at first the governor said he
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the politically insensitive style, but then he went on to say he's sorry. he's colorful. josh: i'm not going to apologize for the snow because it's january and there's snow. amy: gosh darn it, it is what it is.
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. sean: e now, meteorologist josh judge with your forecast. josh: there are low clouds, and because of that we can't see mount monadnock, just showing clouds and fog out there. that could be freezing fog in some locations and of course, we're below or at freezing. we could get to the middle or upper 30's in parts of the state. visibility low as i was talking about, having the visibility reported by those around the state. to the doppler radar, which is not that helpful on mornings like today. we have light snow falling in a lot of the state, but it doesn't show up on the doppler radar and also, computer models don't do well with this type of snow. our computer models show no snow predicted and the doppler radar shows none. that's happening because of the weather system right here passing through.
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continue for several more hours before it either becomes much more spotty origins to change over to light drizzle by this get milder. as you can see, there's plenty more of this disturbed weather to go. so, expect it at any time through the day today. and cloudy conditions and temperatures in the 30'sment tomorrow, it's a big change as this storm system makes its way on up toward us and it takes all of this warm weather that's in front of it and just kind of plows it up here along with it. that means that temperatures will rise dramatically, no question as the warm front moves through the region, windy conditions and rainy conditions, particularly for the mid day and afternoon hours when it's at its worse. the cold front, notice the snow, tomorrow night into monday morning, monday we go partly sunny, snow showers in the mountains and lake effect snow. it's possible as you see the lake effect snow showers make it to new hampshire.
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colder and windy as well. the computer models don't show it either. the low level, light snow this morning, to perhaps mixed showers this afternoon, meaning some light drizzle or sprinkles start to mix in. tonight, the temperatures are rising because of the system that's dragging up the warm air to our south. by the morning, light sprinkles and rain showers, all rain, because temperatures will have risen overnight and then the rain starts to pick up more and then a little bit more. by late morning into tomorrow afternoon, it's starting to come down heavily at times. in buckets, maybe a rumble or two of thunder and then it's out of here during the late night showers of sunday as the cold front sweeps through as you can see there and then the temperatures will be pretty warm, but really crashing on monday as this much colder air mass pushes in. here is how it looks today. manchester, temperatures starting 0 of in the lower 30's with light snow at times and then cloudy skies, but the temperatures get a little milder.
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as that system moves in, temperatures dramatically rise and wind swept rain as well. the temperatures in the 30's and here is a look at the rest of the weekend and into the week ahead. heavy rain, wind swept rain in fact for tomorrow. near record temperatures, upper 40's and lower 50's for some tomorrow and then big time cold for the week ahead. >> you're just a parcel of great news. >> it's hard to get it out in the allotted time. there's a lot of changes. >> a milford third grader got a huge surprise. guardsman shows us. >> he was overseas for a year. showing the reunion. >> i am -- it's been almost a year, and i'm excited to see her. >> daddy! >> and judging by this reaction, so was she. nine-year-old kylie jones hasn't
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jones in about a year, deployed to the middle east since february. >> how are you? >> good. >> i missed you, so much. >> so did i. >> you're getting so big. >> he decided to surprise her in her third grade classroom. although her classmates and cameras were there, you'd think it was the two of them. >> i miss you. >> so did i. >> their embraces making up for a year of hugs and kisses. >> it felt like the best moment of my life. >> oh. >> her mom says the moment is a great relief. she says over the year, george's absence had taken a toll on their daughter. >> you can't just call them up because of the time zone, so, very hard. >> i was smiling before the door opened. i could hear her outside talking and just waiting for her to come in. >> i didn't even expect all of this. >> her friends joined in on the excitement and gave them a group hug send-off. including her dad.
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>> then it was time to p catch up with dad making plans along the way. >> do we get the puppy over the weekend? >> we'll see. >> heather hamill, news 9. amy: i wonder if she's getting a puppy. and it's the perfect time to get warmed up with a cup of hot chocolate. we'll teach you how to make your own from scratch. we're 31 days away from the new hampshire primary, the candidates are hitting it hard on the campaign trail. meet ramsey, he would prefer not to live with cats, but gets along well with other dogs.
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for information about rin the middle of a time when senior povertyt is increasing. republicans and some democratsp came up with a brilliant idea for cutting cost-of-living adjustments for social security. we said, "it will be over our dead bodies if you cut social security." as president, i will do everything i can to extend the solvency of social security and expand benefits for people who desperately need them. i'm bernie sanders,
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. sean: ichl. treat. londonderry. you were in epsom. >> we were in epsom and we were on a hill and hard for people to find us. we needed to expand our business and looking for a lot of space for a while and londonderry is where we ended up. >> what are you making today?
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it's cold outside today, but we sell it in our store as well as other sweets and treats and we still do the popcorn, our primary product. >> yummy flavors. >> yes, about 25 altogether. >> how do we make this. >> a very simple recipe. start, i use a food processor, but if you don't have one, you can certainly use a bowl with a whisk. the food processor takes the granule nondried milk powder and make it finer. we start with two cup of dried milk powder. >> i didn't know it existed. >> i use extra fine sugar, half a cup nondairy creamer. >> and extra fine is my name. >> you are fine. >> and half a cup of unsweetened cocoa
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>> and i'm going to pulse it for about a minute. >> it goes right together, look at that. >> yes. >> ok. and you'll just keep doing that for about a minute and then you're going to just store it in an airtight container until you're ready to use it. >> serve it up. >> basically to serve it up, how much you want, everybody is different. >> a scoop. >> and pour in your hot water. >> how easy is that? >> so you're famous for your popcorn, what are some of the flavors? >> our top sellers are our buffalo supreme. extra cheddar, classic caramel and we have winter flavors, jack frost jumpble, nor'easter, we've got dark chocolate mints. >> what's in nor'easter, something you might have on a stormy snowy day? >> yes, it's a storm in your mouth. it's actually our caramel in
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drizzled with dark chocolate. sean: a lot going on there. how about the sweets. >> we're doing novelty candy bulk. and fudge now five or six flavors and we have cupcakes and cookies and-- >> real quick where are you. >> route 102 in londonderry new hampshire, crossroads mall, it's a plaza, but it's a mall.
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>> all right, michelle (donkey noise) (elephant noise) (mic feedback) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk.
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no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, it's 8:30, i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look at the
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34 degrees, it's precipitation outside. a lot of crashes, if you're headed out, take it easy and budget extra time. here is a look at top stories on the half hour. we know the identity of a woman found dead. allison robertson was on the way to visit family in pembroke when her car broke down and she left it to find help. three presidential contenders were on the campaign trail. john kasich and carly fiorina and marco rubio trying to win primary. the first woman elected mayor of nashua wrapped up. and donna lee lozeau's term wraps up tomorrow. and josh judge for a look at the weather forecast, hi, josh. josh: it's slippery out there. the freezing mark above or below the state this morning, it will take a while before they rise up in the middle or upper 30's.
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drizzle or rain showers, it's light, spotty precipitation, mostly falling in the form of snow. as you can see, there's some light rain that has been also found in parts of southeastern new hampshire, all of this snow being caused by a coastal front setting up near the ocean. as we go through the day today. you could see continued snow this morning, and then mixing over to some light drizzle perhaps at times this afternoon, next up, this system moves up the coast, times of heavy rain and warm conditions and windy, too, today in the 30's to near 40 in some spots. tomorrow, temperatures jump big time and we have some heavy rain as well. we'll show you the time line minutes. room. a hiker is recovering this morning after falling and injuring himself. officials say the 69-year-old man was hiking alone on mount monadnock on friday when he fell and hurt himself. two passing hikers found him
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extra layer of warm clothing and rescuers reached the hikers around 5:30 and were able to safely bring him down the mountain around 10:30. certainly a long day for the hiker. the man was taken to a nearby hospital for serious, but nonlife threatening injuries. learning about a significant accident at legends drive and hooksett road in hooksett. fire officials say a car was hit by a truck. at this time the accident was weather related and one person was taken to the hospital. right now, police say traffic is flowing in the area. a manchester man a facing multiple charges after a standoff this week. police say alame simwerayi broke into a loam and five other people were inside and police say he threatened to kill everyone and would not let them out. officials overpowered him and
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no one was seriously hurt. this morning, a boston police officer is recovering after being shot and a tool that became standard issue for boston police just a few months ago may have saved that officer's life. plain clothes officer was shot in the leg friday morning an used a department issued tourniquet to help stop the bleeding. officers requested tourniquets after the boston marathon bombing. he is expect today recover. bail will remain at $10,000 cash for the mother from rochester charged in connection to her daughter's drug overdose death. jasmine rood is it one of three assaults arrested in connection with eve tarmey's death. during the bail hearing we learned that they may file charges against her as well and that she's an increased flight risk because of possible federal charges.
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body of an 87-year-old woman was found on bear pond road in warner. she was stranded on wednesday after her car hit a rock. she left her vehicle to look for help, but never returned. an autopsy concluded she died from heart failure. she was found frozen in the snow. robertson's granddaughter says her death is something she will have a hard time getting over. robertson was on the way to visit her granddaughter in pembroke. >> a christian woman, loved people. loved her family, her kids. she would do anything for anybody. >> oh, i just miss her. just want her here. a wonderful woman. amy: robertson's family says they are grateful she was found. moving on to commitment 2016 coverage, candidates are focusing in on new hampshire with the primary a month away. three republican presidential contenders were on the campaign
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wmur's stephanie woods has the story. >> i don't ever want to make decisions without having women in the room because i think without it, you're not getting the full picture of how to do things and this is not just-- i'm not like pandering here. this is the way i roll. >> john kasich rolled into exeter. he's been able to create a $2 billion surplus and 285 job through compromise. >> the republican party is my vehicle, not my master. >> like most g.o.p. hopefuls. kasich wants to cut to planned parenthood and cut funding in ohio. >> it's not just health centers, but it's legitimate hospitals that these kinds of entities they need. no way that they can take money away and not have the money there for women's health. i mean, are you kidding me.
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friday afternoon and spoke with voters and sipped fine wine. the former hewlett packard ceo's speech was anything, but light, a taking a firm stance against isis and iran. >> anytime you open the nuclear facilities by people anytime by our people not yours, we in the united states will make it as money flow. >> senator marco rubio held a down hall in concord. he stressed the importance of electing a conservative to the white house who will better inform on health care. >> and i passed a law that the president signed to fire from the va, but you can win the powerball easier than fire somebody from the va.
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town hall in windham monday. there are a lot of issues facing our country right now and they're playing a role in the presidential election. democrats say climate change is one of the most important issues, but republicans have a different take on the government's role. wmur's aixa diaz breaks down the debate. >> among the major issues debated on the campaign trail, climate change is one of the most polarizing. >> reducing the amount of carbon in the environment is a top issue. >> in august, president obama unveiled a plan to reduce carbon emissions from power plants. >> and then he vetoed the keystone pipeline. >> it can lead to heat, drought, sea level rise. >> greg dowd says the time for action is now. >> there are solutions, they are available today if policy makers will embrace them. >> the policies won't do anything to mitigate global temperatures.
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say more regulations do little for the environment and end up hurting the economy. >> because energy is a necessary component for everything we make and everything we do, you'll be hit when you go to the grocery store or home depot. >> josh says a candidate's position on climate change could be a double edged sword. >> the risk if you get too far to the left on the issue and you sound too much like you're focused on the environment than the economy, it could be a vulnerability in the general election. and for the republicans, they sound like they're not dealing with science or dealing with the issue in an empirical way. >> in washington, aixa diaz. amy: we're taking an in depth look at a different issue every week leading up to the new hampshire primary. you'll find all of the stories in the politics section of wmur.com. well, nashua's first elected female mayor wrapped up her
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donna lee lozeau's term officially expires tomorrow. when mayor elect will officially take over. and lozeau served for eight years as mayor and won her first election by 632 votes, she says there are a lot of things she'll remember about the job, but treasure the people she works with the most. >> probably my thing that i'm most proud of being mayor is how we did things. you know, the approach we took, you know, we stayed on the high road, brought the right people to the table to solve complex problems. >> lozeau says she's starting another career as the executive director of southern new hampshire services. coming up next, the bruins began a stretch of six games and did they kick it off with a win in new jersey? >> many of us waking up to fresh snow and accumulations this morning. we'll take a look how much longer that lasts and how high the temperatures go today and especially tomorrow as they start to rise.
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days after the paris attacks,
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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. politics first: that's the rubio way. right to rise usa
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>> meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. josh: ifcar. some places seeing up to -- it's temporarily stopped and you can see on and off snow at times, very light and fine this morning. 33 degrees there in manchester and see the wet roads. temperatures either side of 32 all over the state right now. they will make it up to the mid 30's today. if not the upper 30's in many southern new hampshire locations and that will change any precipitation falling into light drizzle or sprinkles. also, another factor that we're dealing with for the driving, it's slick roadways out there from overnight snow, but low visibility, it's improving in
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a while and may not improve all the way in a lot of spots here, only two miles visibility at the sea coast. keep that in mind as well. you have to take it cautiously out there if you're driving around, treated roads, generally ok, but the untreated roads you're going to find slick conditions, especially. here is your conditions out there right now. you can see the thickest of the clouds moving from west to east and that means that the clouds with that low level snow that we were seeing this morning, the thickest pulling away. some. some scattered showers and mostly snow and a few rain showers off to the south as well. there's more chance of continued chances throughout the day and very warm temperatures down to the south here. these are going to get pulled up by this weather system. notice the counter clock-wise flow, that means it brings up that warmth in front of it and temperatures skyrocket tomorrow as this system moves up. showing you the evolution of the system as it comes together
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tonight into tomorrow, and then pulse pulse-- pulls through the state. cloudy spots of rain or showers tonight. tomorrow, as temperatures rise up overnight, showers or drizzle through the morning. and they pick it up and coming down in buckets at times with gusty winds to boot and pulls away overnight sunday night into monday. so keep that in mind as we're going to see the temperatures today gradually move up, but tomorrow, they really move upwards. starting off at 33 or so, moving to the upper in manchester, tonight, they don't drop as much and then tomorrow, watch this, temperatures up into the upper 40's and lower 50's for highs with heavy rain at times. so, after today's temperatures in the 30's, still above
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headed for temperatures about five, six, seven degrees above average, and then we're going to shoot up to temperatures, and winds gusty and heavy rain at times and it cools back down again. and everything flash freezes. amy: you're earning your keep here with that forecast. josh: i'm a little tired, i need to rest. amy: right. from a cookie rally for girl scouts, we have the latest on the events happening through the granite state and wanted to hear you say-- >> what's happening. >> new hampshire? >> those are readers at the concord library, it's time to play bingo. top by and receive a card filled with challenges. this is the first year the challenges are offered for teens and adults. reading has perks. every time you complete five boxes in a row, you'll earn a raffle ticket and any concord or pennecook resident can
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girl scouts of green and white mountains are holding an event today and tomorrow, participating in a digital cookie this year. they're sold from their personalized and protected websites. and the cookies are shipped directly to the buyers. high school students around the world are expect today take part in the 2016 first aerobics competition in manchester today. the kickoff, teams will receive their kit of parts and then will have six weeks to design and build a robot. first time skiers have no fear. here is your chance to hit the slopes for free. today is winter trails day. people new to snow sports can try snow shoeing at great glenn trails for free. the introduction to winter sports activity is scheduled from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. and be sure to reregister.
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>> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> hey, let's start on the ice with the bruins down in new jersey last night trying to get back on track. hey, that's paul thompson, former unh wild cat. he made his nhl debut, he's from derry, new hampshire. bruins get on the board quickly, a minute two seconds into the game. there's a rebound past cory snyder. 1-0 boston after one. two more in the second, ryan spooner, that's his 9th, from the blue line, 2-0. jamie hayes and colin miller scored goals. 4-1. the 3000th win for the franchise and they skate at ottawa tonight, they're playing six games in nine days. the monarchs in el myra last night. max eastbound kitsson scored and made 35 saves. monarchs 6-1. there was a goal and two assists
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same two team play tonight, 7:00 in el myra as well. tough test for unh. u-mass lowell, the river hawks, they had a great game, a glove save here in the second period. no score after two periods, late in the third though, the river hawks finally push one by. ryan collins scored with 2:44 remaining in regulation and u-mass lowell wins it 1-0. and unh 8-8-4 overall and and wildcats play a home and home weekend. dartmouth skated to a 1-0 loss last night at vermont. the big green back home tomorrow. they'll host holy cross on sunday at 4:00. women's hockey, friday afternoon, st. anselm home with st. scholastica. mcnamara gets a shot off, ashley there to stuff home the rebound
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same score in the third. hayley kent with a great chance and stays with it and gets the goal. st. anselm wins with a shutout, 2-0 the final. former unh football coach bos will be inducted into the coaches hall of fame. retiring as the winningest coach atlantic 10 history. the ceremony will take place later this year on december 6th. nfl playoffs begin today. your afc wild card game, the first one at 4:20 you can see here on channel 9. it's the chiefs and texans. and keep an eye out for big number 84 for houston, that's ryan griffin. a tight end from londonderry, new hampshire. the chiefs 3 1/2 point favorites. patriots will play either the winner of that game or the cincinnati bengals, if the bengals beat pittsburgh tonight.
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amy: still ahead on news 9 this morning, lottery fever. while you may be tempted to
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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,
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>> well, we can't imagine anyone who wins tonight's record powerball would be complaining. if you're in an office celebration, it maybe more complicated. josh: some former lottery winners found themselves looking at other questions. looking at past winners. >> the office lottery pool seems like good clean fun until you win and the fighting begins. this group of california co-workers barely had time to celebrate the $15 million prize when they were sued by four co-workers who claimed they had the pool. a construction worker in new jersey was in charge of buying pool. without telling them claimed a $38 million jackpot as his alone. he was sued and lost. confusion, lack of clarity, miscommunication and greed can come into play when hundreds of millions are at stake. i went to the office of home
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designers are in the pool or is it 16? >> i thought i was in the pool. >> you don't know whether the boss was in the pool? this is the most unprepared pool i have ever seen. >> the group has just gone in together on 77 powerball tickets with no plan of what they'd do if they actually won. we'll work it out before. before they draw it on saturday. >>, but it's not all bad. this real estate office in florida hit it big and even though the new girl had no money for a ticket, they still cut her in. the fact that we got to share in a experience n experience of a lifetime, the powerball, we grew closer. >> now they're all rich friends, and ready to get richer. >> i feel 100% confident that in this group of lottery tickets, we will hit the 700 million. amy: that's confident. plan.
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josh: for winning, you win and figure out what to do with it. amy: roll with it. i hope to test your theory, josh. josh: that comes from somebody like me to helps you plan your day. what you'll see, cloudy skies, occasional light snow for a while this morning. winding down and and it could crop back up, and there could be drizzle in spots as temperatures get milder. a big change, it's warm, and near record warmth, but heavy rain and a lot of wind tomorrow, this morning. take it easy out there.
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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. politics first: that's the rubio way. right to rise usa is responsible for the
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