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>> historic jackpot and record-breaking ticket sales and it comes down to this. amy: now on news 9. powerball fever, if you hoping to wake up a millionaire, think again. the result of last night's big drawing. josh: we're waking up to wet conditions. a look at heavy rains and strong winds just ahead. amy: political push, one month until the new hampshire primary. the candidates are kicking it into high gear. why this means so much to the presidential hopefuls. a drug kingpin is back in custody. how el chapo helped lead
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire. 6:00 on sunday, january 10th, i'm amy coveno. we'll get to top stories in just a minute. first, josh judge joins us with a look at the weekend forecast. do you have galoshes on? >> i've got them ready to go for sure. it's one of those types of days. it's wet and foggy and not too nice out there. manchester as you see the wet streets, 38 degrees. temperatures have been rising even in just the last couple of hours. whitefield just jumped up to 41 degrees in the north country and most of us in the mid and upper 30's. it's going to be an unusual day in terms of temperatures and quite a bit of rain and wind as well. not much out there showing up right now. it's just drizzle and a lot of fog, dense fog, but here comes the rain again. the temperatures are going to go up and the rain is going to come down and the winds will also be gusting, especially this afternoon. here is your forecast, rain,
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it picks up this morning and gets heavier and heavier and the heaviest likely in the afternoon hours when the winds will be strongest as well. the temperatures, upper 40's and lower 50's. we'll talk about how much longer this will last before the temperatures go back into the freezer coming up. amy: if you checked your powerball ticket this morning and noticed you lost, you have a lot of company. the rest of the country did, too. no one hit the nearly $950 million jackpot in last night's drawing and the prize is billion dollars. the jackpot began on november 7th and rolled over 19 times before saturday night's drawing. will the 20th be the charm? >> estimated $949.8 million. amy: if you thought powerball fever was high. more. >> a billion dollars, yeah, it's really -- we're going to break our signs.
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amy: a whopping 1.3 billion dollars is expected to roll over after no jackpot winning numbers were drawn saturday. this is the largest lottery prize ever in the u.s. in new york, the state's gaming commission says at one point yesterday, 3.3 million dollars were sold per hour. here in new hampshire, the rate of ticket sales yesterday evening was $300,000 per hour, the most the state has ever seen. >> nonstop, we're not getting a thing done except sell tickets, out some of the numbers. you know, we have to walk them through it and it's great. amy: in order to win, all six numbers on your powerball tickets must be correct. to increase their chances at winning last night's monster prize, one group in hollis created a community pool. more than 1100 people tossed in two bucks and this morning, members of that community will gather to see if any of their
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it's a similar situation in derry, more than 1300 people put in $2 each for a ticket. the organizers of that pool says that was an equal partner and no one was allowed to purchase more than one ticket. amy: better luck wednesday is a trending phrase on social media, now a billion reasons to be hopeful. need help coming up with numbers for wednesday's drawing? head over to wmur.com and we've crunched the luckiest numbers from the last 20 years to help you sort out your strategy. in other news now. a 31-year-old man was busted for allegedly driving drunk. hooksett police say joshua partington drove through and crashed into a vehicle. he refused sobriety tests and task waken into custody. he later agreed and blew more than twice the legal limit.
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stop at a traffic light. a woman hit by a car passed away. a volkswagen jetta hit a woman 8:45 thursday night. the 26-year-old pedestrian died friday night at the elliott hospital. the identities of the victim and driver have not been released. police are still investigating the crash. we now know the name of the boston police officer shot in the line of duty last week. boston police officer kurt stokinger was shot after he pulled over a convicted drug dealer driving on a suspended license. 27-year-old grant hedley allegedly stepped out and attacked before running away. he was arrested. stokinger is in stable condition at boston medical center this
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the transam snowboarding tour kicked off. they'll go to the finals in march. they're going to minnesota, montana, utah also this winter. the 2016 first robotics competition is underway. for the next six weeks, teens were build and operate their own robots. our stephanie woods was at southern new hampshire university as this year's challenge was unveiled. >> it's crazy being part of something that's so worldwide. >> more than 75,000 high school students and more than 100 locations worldwide got their first glimpse at the 2016 first robotics competition challenge on saturday. here in manchester, competitors like matthew kelly of prospect high school are getting geared up. >> when i first saw it, i was psyched. i'm speechless. there's so much to do to this game, the moving of the gates and the field elements is
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birthday. you get your-- you have a big party, you have a bunch of presents and want to see what's going on. >> dean known for inventing the segue to get kids more interested in science. and for inspiration and recognition of science and technology, says kids will have a lot of fun and learn a lot. >> we always say this is the hardest fun they'll have. what they're going to do is really, really hard. i have a ph.d. in engineering and i don't know how i would do something like this. >> the teams have six weeks to build their 120 pound robots. the students from manchester says it will be difficult-- >> my hair will be gone because of being pulled out. >> hopefully having a week or two to practice, driving and throwing, and so, it's a lot of
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>> we're also going to have a lot of failing, failing and redoing. >> it's important. stephanie: stephanie woods, wmur news 9. amy: now that the competition is underway, high school students across the granite state are busy at work. challenge ends with the first championship in april. it's that time of year ago. girl scouts of the green and white mountains are beginning annual cookie sales this weekend. the sales teach girls important life skills like how to market a product and run a business. this year, if you're craving a thin mint or a dosido, then they can play the cookie crush game and online activities. they're gung-ho. amy: it helps to fund camping
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coming up, a police officer recovering after being shot trying to break up a street fight. the suspect remains hospitalized. a close call on a highway in pennsylvania. an axle hurdles into the air
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is the economy rigged? well, the 15 richest americans acquired more wealth 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 pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages
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ensure equal pay for women. the middle class will continue to disappear unless we level the playing field. with your help, as president, we will. >> good morning and welcome back. it is a very foggy seacoast region that we're taking a look at now and every toward the seacoast, those temperatures in the upper 30's and some spots higher than that. so it's a warm start and going to be a warm and wet day. that fog you see there will be dispersing as the rain and winds pick up. we'll talk about that timeline in a couple of minutes. >> in two days, president obama will deliver his final state of the union address before a joint
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his speech will focus on generations to come. one topic in particular he's expected to discuss, gun control. the president will leave at least one empty seat in the house gallery to symbolize the victims of gun violence. you'll be able to watch the republican response here. an officer says that sherrod stewart was trying to break up a fight and police including officer stewart were called and encountered the crowd. >> the officer is engaged in a gun fight in which police officer stewart was strike in the right ankle and he returned fire striking the male suspect four times. stewart's injuries are not life threatening. the 19-year-old who has a
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condition and five people hospitalized with stab wounds. people in lackawanna county, pennsylvania are investigating a bizarre crash. an axle fell off a vehicle and crashed into another vehicle. a mom says the axle crashed through the windshield at an inches. the driver of the pickup could be cited. the investigation is ongoing. still to come, best hug ever. how a local dad gave his son the greatest surprise ever. it is 6:13. are' looking live at the mill
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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, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch forecast. josh: the temperatures right now are already above the average highs in the 30's. we're in the upper 30's, some spots lower 40's. we're not done yet. we're headed upwards higher, 10 now. there's a lot of price that comes with it. a lot of rain and wind. let's look at the statistics. first of all, there's some thick fog in some locations, portsmouth to two miles in
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visibility as the fog has been gathering all night long. that fog will disperse as the winds pick up and the rain moves in. that will sort of just disperse is all around, so that will go away for the next couple of hours though, plan on there being some fog around. showing you the wind speeds because they're light right now. over the next few hours, that begins to change. here is a look at futurecast. watch what happens when we just go the next few hours. all of a sudden as we get toward later this morning and especially this afternoon, wind gusts could be as high as 30 to as much as 60 miles per hour coming in off the ocean, so, probably strongest along coastal regions and that's why we do actually have a high wind watch coast. it all comes to an end and calms down a bit tonight about you it will be windy again tomorrow. here is where that high wind advisory is in effect all throughout the seacoast region. and right from massachusetts up through new hampshire and maine
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that's in effect for the areas you see here in green and i tell you what, there could be ponding of water, really, anywhereas we'll get anywhere from one to two inches of rainfall today and some areas locally could be higher than that. some areas in the southeast facing higher terrain. not any heavy rain right now. there's light rain and drizzle at the moment and of course, that fog. you can see right here. that's the rain headed in our direction, heavy downpours are possible, especially as we get into later this morning and probably at its peak with wind and rain during the afternoon hours. temperatures are going to change after today. we have this little sliver of warm weather right now, but the cold front that runs through tonight brings in a much colder air mass, so the entire week ahead, much closer to what you'd expect this time of year, back around average or below average at times. show you how light raindrops and a couple of rain showers quickly
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by mid morning, we're seeing by late morning and afternoon, heavy downpours and coming down in buckets. coming to an end, late afternoon and early evening, heavy rain, drizzle, hangs on for a while and we dry out overnight as you can see here. tomorrow, for monday, partly sunny with snow showers that will be around in the mountains. all right, let's take a look here at how much rain we could see. anywhere from one to two inches, but look at temperatures, upper 40's. lower 50's and includes northern new hampshire. so it's one mild day today. the winds will gust strong and winds calm down, partly sunny, noticeably colder, windy and snow showers in the mountains, the only chance of snow is tuesday afternoon there will be some snow showers maybe mild, minor accumulations of an inch or two in a couple of spots. >> ok. >> i'm full of news this morning. >> yes, you are, full of something. well, they're the kind of stories that never get old. a homecoming surprise for a
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left not a single dry eye in the room. >> they've been counting down for dad's return and thought he had a few more days to go. >> i think he's just going to probably like maybe yell and hopefully, you know, hug me. >> dana osborn has been back since friday, but his six-year-old has no idea. he thinks there are seven more wakeups before he gets to see dad. >> the school here was been very him and stuff. idea. >> remember two weeks ago when mr. skarupa came and spoke to us about the weather? >> the class thinks they're having a special guest reader and that's why the news 9 camera is there.
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>> hi, give you a hug? >> boy, i missed you. >> it's a hug that goes on and on and on. his teachers say it's the quietest he's ever been period. >> are you going to come home with me today? >> are there any words in your heart to describe how you're feeling. >> good. >> good? >> are you surprised? is this the best happy surprise ever? yeah? >> the moment not lost on six year olds who sat stock still taking it all in and getting it. >> did dear mr. osbourne, thank you for saving our country. >> mr. osborn, thank you for protecting our country.
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>> love you, too. >> they some kind every couple of weeks. but the human touch trumps screen time every time. >> yes, much more taller and much more grown up. >> really? >> still andsome though. >> they're skipping out early and turns out some things are more important than school. amy: i heard they went to mcdonald's for lunch after that. coming up, a new hampshire town dispensary. where it would be located and why some residents would be upset. in our half hour of news 9 this morning.
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>> the town of merrimack has given conditional approval to a medical marijuana dispensary, but it has some neighboring businesses concerned. the dispensary will be located at the site of a former credit union. some say it's too close for comfort. >> it's now a vacant former credit union, but if all goes as planned, it will be the first of one of the medical marijuana facilities in the state. >> there's probably not too many better suited than this one. >> it's close to the highway and
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and they secure the banks and money, but drawing concern. the owners of rh cars worries it will hurt its business and leave the area closer to crime. the nonprofit prime alternative treatment center of new hampshire has been working to address those concerns and they have to submit a detailed security plan before the door opened. but image and values are a worry. thomas moore college is directly across the street from the proposed center. in a letter to the town, the president said, quote, the presence of this facility will be harmful to our corporate image, especially to safety and wholesomeness and the safety of our college and warns legal action will be considered as protests. >> i certainly understand where land use decisions i have to be
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>> admittedly ending up with a site that could be good for the economy. amy: this is the second community to give approval to a dispensary. dover did. if all are happening it could be open in the spring. we are a month away from the new hampshire primary and the presidential contenders want your votes. how critical are the days before the election? we'll break it down. and one of the world's most notorious drug lords is back behind bars and we're learning how authorities finally found el chapo. a live look at the mill district in manchester, waiting for the sun to rise. josh judge is 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.
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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.
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i'm amy coveno. we have a live long along the seacoast, foggy and wet at the moment. here is a look at top stories on the half hour. with one month left before the new hampshire primary, candidates are increasing their visits to the granite state. police are searching for the people responsible for vandalizing donald trump's massachusetts campaign headquarters. officers found vulgar references on the littleton building saturday morning. the man accused of killing bella bond will be arraigned, michael mccarthy will be arraigned on a murder charge in the death of the young girl. first a look at the forecast, hi, josh. >> hi there, not the nicest start to the day. an interesting one for sure. we're starting off with a look outside, it's dark and wet and turn even wetter and windier as we go through the day today. starting with temperatures
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for highs already, mid 30's and upper into 40's as well. and coming into massachusetts now, pulling into new hampshire from south to north as we go through the day. the average high today is 31 in concord, hit 49 or 50, probably won't hit a record. the record is 54 for today. upper 40's lower 50's, strong winds, heavy rain, we'll talk about where we go from here in the week ahead in just a few minutes. >> in commitment 2016 coverage, granite staters will cost their votes in the first of the nation primary. that means many are ramping up their strategies. they'll look at just how critical this push is for presidential hopefuls. >> if you live in new hampshire and haven't yet crossed paths with the primary candidate,'s that you will about to change this months. >> we're going to find candidates literally almost
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people are going to be able to find candidates in the local businesses and the big rallies, and pretty much anywhere. >> for opportunities, candidates can't scoop up, expect surrogates to be rallying in their place and volunteers to be making that one-on-one connection. >> you'll see more volunteers in the state. you'll hear those volunteers making more phone calls and knocking on your doors. so, that part is going to ramp up. >> plenty of voters haven't made up their minds so for the packed republican fields, the candidates will be working hard to distinguish themselves on issues that matter to granite staters. >> that's jobs and the economy and the national security and probably the heroin epidemic, those are the things that the candidates have to talk about in order to make the final connections. >> and experts say negative tv ads will come on strong, funded primarily by the super pacs, but it's getting people to the polls that matter the most, especially
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>> campaign, especially on the republican side, the difference between second and fifth could be a couple thousand votes, getting out the votes matters. >> after the primary, the republican field is expected to narrow down. candidates who come in sixth or below will likely drop out soon after. >> wmur, news 9. >> hillary clinton will pick up a big endorsements in the granite state during an event in manchester this afternoon. this marks the first time a candidate has endorsed a candidates in a presidential primary and only the third time they've endorsed a candidate in a presidential race and two time olympic gold medallist and activist, abby womb ambach visited.
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woman in the white house would change what young girls believe is possible. >> i think it gives the 10-year-old girl the opportunity and belief that she can actually do anything that she wants and that she sets her mind to. amy: on friday, wambach attended an event with lena dunham. and vandals spray painted donald trump's headquarters at littleton office, they discovered vulgar references across the window and one says that trump is had a nazi. >> free speech, you know, is one thing, but when you resort to a criminal act of vandalism to, you know, whether you're for or against something, you know, that's crossing a line. amy: the connet building where it took place is a historic
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today the city of nashua will mark the beginning of the new term for the city's mayor and other officials. governor maggie hassan will thank outgoing mayors, including donna lee lozeau, the first woman mayor, and that's when the new mayor will facial take over. the mexican drug lord known as el chapo could be coming back to the united states after six months. he's back behind bars after months on the run. he's back in mexico city with how police captured him. >> he wanted to spin himself into infamy, instead he's back in handcuff. the drug lord paraded him in
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same super max prison he was in last year. that's thanks to el chapo and a healthy dose of vanity. apparently after his escape last year, the infamous criminal wanted a biopic about him. he reached out to producers and they tracked him down. his home state, mexican marines raiding his house and killing five of el chapo's men, seizing weapons, sniper rifles and grenade launchers. they finally caught up with guzman after he ran from sewer tunnels and he was caught in that filthy tank top. they declared mission accomplished. >> mission completo. >> and he faces charges for murder and drug trafficking and now mexico is considering extradition.
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amy: mexican officials say it was actor sean penn who led them to guzman in october. and they aborted the raid at that time because he was with two women and a child. in a rolling stone article published late last night he met the drug lord and discussed topics, drug trafficking to middle east politics. we hope you stay with us. the bruins continue their road trip in ottawa last night. could they make it back to back wins? >> it's already mild out there and it's going to get pretty warm for this time of year. here is what comes along with it. rain and wind. the time line on that is in my forecast. >> coming up in new hampshire,
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a geriatric tsunami may be (phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise)
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>> welcome to new hampshire's business, i'm fred kocher. new hampshire is one of the oldest states in the country,
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median age of our population is just north of 41, but that's affecting one particular business in new hampshire, namely hospitals. we'll get to that in just a minute. let me tell you about the aging of new hampshire, here it is. looming geriatric tsunami, reaching peak in 2020. and one third of our population by 2030. the trend will affect the health care center the most. and only so many beds for geriatric care. and preparing for the tsunami of geriatric car and partnering with dartmouth hitchcock elliott systems, and with me is the ceo of frisbee hospital, john, welcome. >> thank you. >> nice to have you here. you were quoted in new hampshire magazine you see a tsunami of geriatric care coming our way.
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>> starting in 2011, 10,000 americans turn 65. that trend is going to continue through 2018. 30% of those americans are going to have some form of dementia. in the state of new hampshire, as you mentioned, we now have 50 beds, 20 of them are at frisbee. we started the geriatric psych unit and if you think you're going to manage that population with that patient base. it's a skillset needed. >> what are you doing to prepare for this. i know you want to be a leader in this geriatric area. >> absolutely. we employ three geriatric decisions, in the country last year, there were only 52 geriatric psych positions that came out of residency in the country and we have three full-time physicians, we have two mid levels to deal with
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we adopted that program as one of the strengths of the hospital knowing that the population is only going to get older. >> what's happening in the rest of new hampshire with the other parts of the health care system? are they gearing up for the same thing? >> not really. there's only two other hospitals right now that have geriatric psych beds. when you look at the families today, dealing with younger kids, and now they have mom and dad in the house as well. and there are very minimal resources to help family's adapt to the geriatric population. >> you're seeing an increase in geriatric care right at your own hospital. >> absolutely. >> going up year by year. >> yes. >> one of the things you've done also, is collaborate and you've collaborated. and in a new health care company. what led to that collaboration
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>> benvera is a health management company, it's not an insurance product. it's to help manage the higher utilizers of health care and the key to it is that we're going to be doing extensive data analysis and doing projected health analytics so we'll be able to identify patients going through, who need significant health care services before the illness even develops. >> before it develops? >> that's correct. >> that's significant. >> very significant. >> that's a real change. >> yes, it is. >> now, one. things you're doing outside of the hospital which i think is fascinating and this goes to education, you are mentoring students at spaulding high school in rochester to develop a medical mentoring program to teach the students about the jobs and skills you need at your hospital. just talk about that. >> exactly. one of the nurses we have in
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that up and her daughter is one of those students. it's like a city in itself. and students they don't know what health care requirements are, what skill sets may be needed to sell a career in the health care systems. so, we're setting up a program where the students actually come in, they will be teamed with employees, spend a day or two or longer in the department working side by side, and we're not just looking at raidographers, sonographers. we're looking for biotechnicians and a person to be in a facility of this type. >> that goes to work for us in that state as well. and john from frisbee memorial, nice to have you here. >> thank you. >> if you want to see this part of the interview wmur.com, click on news and click on project economy.
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forecast. >> it's a foggy place out there, lots of places like the seacoast, less than a mile of visibility in some parts of the state right now. there's drizzle and fog and right now, light rain in a few spots. but the heavier rain has not arrived and it's getting close. in some parts of the state, 41 in whitefield. higher elevations sewing the milder temperatures first as it streams in. and we'll all see warm conditions through the day. there is your visibilities around the state. lower visibility because of the fog. the fog will start to disperse and break up as the rain and also the wind come in, both of those things will act to break up that fog. so it's not an all-day thing, but certainly for the next couple of hours, beware is you're heading out. they will pick up and get strong at times later this morning and particularly during the afternoon hours. it's cloudy and there's drizzle and mist and fog, but the heaviest rain is just to our
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and it will provide a period of time where the rain comes down and at times it comes down quite heavily, in fact. and we could see anywhere from one to two inches in the state. the cold front you see pulls through and drives out the warm air and chillier air moves in for the entire upcoming week. watch the temperatures rising into the 40's by lunchtime, well into the 40's and the rain coming down heavy at times as well. as we go through the afternoon, we're hitting 50 in some spots in southern new hampshire and also getting some heavy rain and wind at the same time. that lifts away from south to north during the evening hours and the rain tapers off and we start drying out overnight and temperatures cool down tomorrow, going through the day. highs in the 20's and 30's and snow showers will be around at times in the mountains. so, let's take a look what to expect for today. upper 40's and lower 50's for the highs again today and that
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times and the wind could be gussing as high as 30 to even 50, to 60 miles per hour a the -- at the coast. tonight, that cold front comes through and chills things down. a difference for tomorrow. upper 20's and lower 30's and windy, not nearly as windy as today. of course, for some. some snow showers in the mountains and lake effect from ontario could drift all the way to western new hampshire tomorrow. look at the week ahead after the warm temperatures today. it chills down and stays that way. temperatures right around average for this is the first long stretch of average temperatures so you will be able to cool down, ski areas will be cranking up and that's the way week. until then, get ready for some wild weather at times this afternoon. >> ok? >> ok, thanks, josh.
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josh: let's go to sports. >> looks like we all have to go back to work monday morning. no one hit last night's 950 million powerball jackpot. it rolls over where it's estimated 1.3 billion dollars. the campaign strategists are being wrapped up in the granite state. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> the bruins in the middle of a five-game road trip. they were in ottawa last night taking on the senators. brad marchand on the ice since serving three game suspension and they were down 1-# 0 in the second. and redirected charra's shot and they would go to overtime. mark tries the wrap around, a second chance and scores, and
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senators won it 2-1 in overtime. the monarchs in el myra, they sweep the weekend against the jackles, and doug carr made 42 saves. they're off until next saturday when they return home. wild card weekend in the nfl. both afc games played on saturday. the first was the chiefs and texans, the opening kickoff and nile davis takes it in the end zone and untouched pretty much. and quarterback brian hoyer was responsible for five turnovers and threw four picks. ryan griffin caught three passes for 29 yards. chiefs win it 30-0. and the late game was a good one. pittsburgh and cincinnati. the steelers leading 15-10 with undertwo minutes to play in the game and aj mccarron finds aj green for the go ahead touchdown, first lead of the game and went for two and didn't get it.
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the steelers had a chance thanks to a couple of bad penalties on the bengals part and kick a 35 yard field goal and steelers win it 18-16. so that means the steelers will head to denver next weekend in the divisional round. so the broncos will host the steelers object ers ers on sunday, a patriots host the kansas city chiefs on saturday at 4:35. college basketball on saturday, dartmouth and harvard played on regional television. a close game in the final minutes, miles wright from the corner. made it a three-point game, but harvard would answer at the other end. a coley had a career high 29 and harvard goes on to win it 77-70, the ivy league opener to are both teams. budrow had a double-double. 21 points. and st. rose, victor joshua with
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13 points for the hawks. st. rose in transition, gordon will lay it up and in. the golden knights led in the first half. the hawks pulled away. knocking down a three, his only three of the game. harrison taggert had a game high 27. and win 83-70 and they're now 13-1 on the season. and great start for the hawks. that's your look at sports. have a great sunday. amy: still ahead here on news 9 this morning, some people really enjoy winter. others not so much.
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>> well, for most children waking up to snow is pretty exciting, but not for this little girl. >> and all the snow! this dad revealed the first snow of the year to his young daughter and she was not happy about it. as you see there. she broke down in tears and told her dad she wanted the snow to go away. no word where the video was taken, but after last winter, hey, maybe some of us agree that we don't want any more snow. i don't know. amy: she's not old enough to remember last winter. josh: i don't think so. amy: she was having a sugar crash. josh: we need some snow in the winter, come on. amy: definitely. josh: covers up the ground and
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josh: here is the forecast, we're probably going to melt some snow today. i hate to say it. heavy rain, warm temperatures and strong, gusty winds for today and then things chill down, a cold week ahead. could be a little light snow on tuesday for all of us, could see an inch or two in some spots. josh:. amy: it is january. josh: now or never. amy: get your powerball tickets ready, the record breaking drawing. gearing up, the worldwide
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teenagers are 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:
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>> historic jackpot, record breaking ticket sales and it comes down to this. amy: now on news 9, powerball fever. if you were hoping to wake up a millionaire, think again. the results from last night's big drawing. josh: we are waking up to wet conditions. a look at heavy rain and strong winds just ahead. amy: political push with just one month until the new hampshire primary, the candidates are kicking it into high gear. why this election means so much to the presidential hopefuls. a drug kingpin is back in custody. how el chapo helped lead authorities right to him. >> no one covers new hampshire
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now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire. 7:00 on sunday, january 10th, i'm amy coveno. we'll get to the top stories in just a minute. josh judge joins us in the weather center with a look at the forecast. josh: hi there, it's a wet forecast. we've got fog and drizzle and clouds not that nice. here is colebrook, 37 degrees. the temperatures are in the mid and upper 30's and 40 degrees in a couple of spots and that's well above the average high temperature for the entire day. and that's just what we're starting out at. those highs will be much warmer than what we are starting out at and we've already seen them go up a degree or two each of the last several hours. the beginning of the rain just beginning in move in, moving through massachusetts from the south and coming into new hampshire and we will see the rain picking up through the morning, becoming heavy at times, winds get strong and even could be some damage. the wind in some spots.
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areas of dense fog will be dissipating this morning. the big deal is the temperatures, we'll talk about the week ahead in a couple of minutes. >> if you checked your powerball ticket this morning and noticed you lost, so did the rest of the country the prize now an an estimated 1.3 billion. started on november 7th and rolled over 19 times. will the 20th time be a charge. >> if you thought powerball fever was high, get ready for it to grow even more. >> a billion dollars, yeah, it's really-- we're going 0 break our signs. we're going to literally break our jackpot signs. amy: a whopping $1.3 billion is expected to roll over after snow jackpot winning numbers were drawn saturday. this is the largest lottery
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at one point yesterday, 3.3 million dollars were sold per hour. here in new hampshire, the rate of ticket sales yesterday evening was $300,000 per hour. that's the most the state has ever seen. >> nonstop we're not getting a thing done except for pulling out powerball tickets. people don't know how to fill out some of the numbers. we have to walk them through it and it's great. >> in order to win, all six numbers on your powerball ticket must be correct. >> to increase their chances at winning last night's monster prize, one group in hollis created a community pool. more than $1100 people tossed in $2 and this morning, members of that community will gather to see if any of their cards were lucky. there's a similar situation in derry, more than 1300 people put in $2 each for a ticket. the organizer of that pool says that everyone was an equal partner and no one was allowed
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better luck wednesday is a trending phrase on social media, now a billion reasons to be hopeful. need some help coming up with numbers for the drawing, head over to wmur.com. we've crunched the luckiest numbers from the last 20 years strategy. in other news now, a 31-year-old man was busted for allegedly driving drunk. joshua partington went through a vehicle. he refused a sobriety test and was taken into custody. a little while later he agreed to a test and blue more than twice the legal limit. he was cited for failing to stop at a traffic light and operating an uninspected motor vehicle. a woman was hit by a car on thursday and since passed away. a volkswagen jetta hit a woman walking on west auburn street.
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friday night at the hospital. the identities of the victim and driver have not been given my police. boston police officer kurt stokinger was shot after pulling over a 27-year-old. hedley opened up fire in an unprovoked attack and arrested a short while later. stokinger is in stable condition at boston medical center this morning. an anonymous tipster to exchanged letters with aaron hernandez before a murder trial is not credible. and a motion to hernandez's attorney saying that a jury was in discussions about the murders. he's awaiting trial on separate
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the transam snowboarding tour, top male and female riders go to the finals in march and transa.m. is going to montana, utah, this winter. the robotics competition is officially underway. for the next six weeks, teens will operate, build their own robots. and this year's challenge was unveiled. >> it's crazy being part of something that's so --. >> more than 75,000 high school communities at more than 100 locations worldwide got their first glimpse at the first robots challenge on saturday. here in manchester, matt through kelly is getting geared up. >> when i first saw the year, i was psyched. it's my senior year and i'm speechless, there's so much to do to this game.
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elements, that's insane. it's a little bit like your birthday, you get your -- you have a big party and get a bunch of presents and you want to wear -- tear into them and want to know what is going on. >> the inventor of the segue in 1989 wanted kids to get more into science. says that kids will have a lot of fun and learn a lot. >> we always say this is the hardest fun they'll ever have. what they're going to do is really, really hard. i have a ph.d. in engineering. >> the teams have six weeks to create and build their own 120 pond robots. students from manchester memorial say it will be stressful. >> by the end of week six, my hair will be gone because of being pulled out. >> the high school team says it's not all about winning.
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to practice, driving, and throwing so it's a lot of work. >> we will have a lot of failing, failing and redoing. >> it's important. >> stephanie woods, news 9. amy: some praguetism there. right? now it's the contest is underway, the students are busy. first championship is in april. it's that time of year again. girl scouts of the green and white mountains are beginning annual cookie sales. it teaches them how to market a product and run a business. this year if you're craving a thin mints or do-si-do, there's cookie. >> they'll set up their own websites, doing videos and games online, the girls can play, cookie crush game and other activities and they're excited
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amy: the sales help to fund camping and service projects. a police officer recovering after being shot after trying to break up a street fight. a close call on a highway in pennsylvania. an axle hurdles through the air
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>> good morning. seacoast. there's a lot of fog and drizzle and mist out there this morning. temperatures have been running in the upper 30's and even lower 40's. the seacoast jumping up temperature-wise in the last few minutes and we will be into the 40's and lower 50's as we go through the day, but rain and wind come along for the ride and we'll talk about it in just a couple of minutes. amy: in two days, president obama will deliver the final state of the union address for a
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it will impact the united states for generations to come. one topic in particular he's expected to discuss, gun control. the president will leave at least one empty seat in the house gallery tuesday to symbolize the victims of gun violence and you'll be able to watch the address and republican response here on wmur. a new york city police officer is recovering following a shootout. officers say sherrod stuart was shot trying to break up a brawl when gunshots rang out. several stabbings spilled out on the street, that's when police, including officer stuart were called and encountered the crowd. >> the officers engaged in a gun fight in which police officer stuart was struck in the right ankle. he returned gun tire striking the suspect four times. >> the injuries are not life threatening. christopher rice who has a criminal history is listed in
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people were hospitalized with stab wounds. police in lackawanna county, level are investigating a bizarre crash. an axle came off and struck an suv going in the opposite direction. >> a mother in the s.u.v. was driving her children to school and it crashed and missed her by a few inches. no one was hurt and the driver of the pickup could be cited. the investigation is ongoing. a north dakota man is facing charges after authorities say he planned to kidnap one of president obama's dogs. secret service agents arrested scott stockert after they received a tip from a secret service office in minnesota. agents found an arsenal of weapons and ammunition in his truck. he told agents he was jesus and that he was running for president. still to come here this
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best hug ever! how a local dad gave his son the greatest surprise ever. you're looking at the mill district live o 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
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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, meteorologist josh judge with your forecast. >> manchester is no exception here with fog making it reduced. be careful out there when you're dealing with that and the roads are wet and the rain is beginning to move into southern new hampshire locations, so, things are going downhill from here, however, as we go through the morning and the rain and wind pick up, the fog will start to disperse. 39 degrees in manchester and it's been going up a degree or two each of the last several hours and we're already way above average highs for this time of year, average high for concord today is 31 degrees, we're already at 39 and headed for near 50 degrees, wow! that's amazing for mid january. here is the lo low visibility,
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less than that, the fog is i am -- impairing it a little bit. and the wind will pick up and disperse the fog. the wind come off the ocean and coastal locations see the strongest wind gusts and everyone could see them and small tree limbs could come down. don't be surprised if there are scattered power outages or see the lights flicker. the wind go southeast and calm down a little bit tonight. and still, they will be busy through the day tomorrow as well. also, here are some of the advisories, we've got a wind advisory because of the wind in new hampshire, just along the seacoast because that's where the strongest winds will be. a flood watch in effect for many parts of central and northern new hampshire. one to two inches of rain, some locations on the way by the time it's done tonight. the first raindrops, drizzling or mist in many locations ahead of that.
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that's moving in. and the center of the low pressure to the best, that's why it's warm today. counter clock-wise winds, low pressure that brings up the warm air and also brings up the wind. here comes the cold front, it moves in tonight into tomorrow. after the storm, it settles in all week long and much, much colder air, so, today. well above average and then we go back to. >> a temperatures after that. the temperatures rising to the upper 40's, lower 50's as the area of heavy rain moves on through. let's take a look at just futurecast and get an idea when it moves through. about particulars up, mid to late morning, depending how far north you are. heaviest rain late morning and through the afternoon, it starts to wind down. the heaviest batches anyway, late afternoon or early evening, and then scattered showers turn into drier conditions. tomorrow, we'll see partly sunny skies, but it will be windy and noticeably colder and snow showers will be breaking 0 out in
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how hi will we get today. concord 49 and might hit 50 degrees. wind swept rain for sure and be ready for that and then big changes after today. those temperatures go back down right about average all week long. monday, some snow showers in the mountains and tuesday afternoon there will be snow showers that could actually pile up to an inch or two, maybe three in a few locations around new hampshire. that's the big snow clans for the week. it's not a big one, but the only one. >> we've got to be in record territory for today. we could be close. >> all right, they're the kind of stories that never get old. a homecoming surprise for a first grader in pembroke that left not a single dry eye in the room. >> deck lan osborne has been counting down for dad to come home and thought he had a few more days to go. >> i think he'll yell and hopefully hug me. >> dana osborne has been back
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his six-year-old has no idea. thinks there are six more wakeups. >> it's been very difficult, with my deployment. >> remember two weeks ago, mr. skarupa came and talked to us about the weather. and these are his friends. >> the class thinks they're having a special guest reader and that's why the news 9 camera is there, teacher steinbach thought of everything. >> high, bug. give you hugs? oh, i missed you! . amy: it's a hug that goes on and on and on. declan's teachers say it's the quietest he's ever been period. >> are you going to come home
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are there any words in your heart to describe how you're feeling? >> good. >> good? [laughter] >> are you surprised? is this the best happy surprise ever? yeah? >> the moment, not lost on six year olds who sat stock still taking it all in and getting it. >> dear mr. osborne thank you for saving our country. >> mr. osborne, thank you for protecting our country. >> i love you, dad. >> love you, too. amy: they some kind every couple of weeks, but the human touch trumps screen time every time. >> yes, much taller, much more grown up, still handsome though. amy: declan and dad, skipping out of class early. turns out some things are more
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coming up next on news 9 this morning, a new hampshire town could soon have a medical marijuana dispensary. where it would be located and why some people are upset. in our next half hour of news 9 this morning, political push, a
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>> the down of merrimack is giving approval for a dispensary. as heather hamel reports, some say it's too close for comfort. >> how now a vacant credit union, but if all goes as planned, this could be a dispensary. >> there's probably not one better located. >> it's central to the highway and central to the counties. being a former bank for money. the car owner next door worries that it will affect his business and open for crime. the prime treatment center of new hampshire has been working with them to address those concerns and they have to submit a detailed security plan before the doors can open. image and values are a worry. thomas moore college, a long
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directly across the street from the proposed center. in a letter to the town, the president says the presence of this facility will be harmful to our corporal image of safety and wholesomeness rightly associated with our college. legal action could be considered as well as peaceful protests. >> in many decisions i have to separate what the law says versus what the perceptions could be. >> thompson says it's uncharted territory and they're committed to ending up with a site that's good for the community, but addresses the safety and concerns of the citizens. >> heather hamel, wmur, news 9. >> this is the second community to give conditional approval to dispensary. dover did so in november. if all the conditions are met, the injuries could be open by spring. here is a look what's coming up in our next hour of news 9 this morning, we're a month away from the primary. the contenders want your vote.
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election? we'll mark it down. this morning, we're learning how authorities finally found el chapo. >> a live look at the mill district on a foggy sunday morning.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do, now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, it's 7:30, i'm amy coveno. we have a live long along the sea coast. a look at the stories on the half hour. one month left before the new hampshire primary, people are increasing visits to the new hampshire state. responsible for vandalizing donald trump's headquarters. they discovered messages and saturday morning. the man accused of killing bella
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in the death of the young girl. we'll get to those stories about you first to josh judge in the weather center, you didn't win powerball either? >> i'll give it a couple of check-overs. we're warming with the temperatures in the upper 30's already and lower 40's in many locations, check that out. lebanon at 40 degrees. whitefield at 40 degrees and the seacoast just jumped from the upper 30's into the lower 40's. another 10, 15 degrees to go. here comes the rain as well moving into southern new hampshire now, as it pushes through massachusetts, heavier bouts of it will move in as well. you can see those yellows and oranges, those are heavy downpours that will be moving through during certain periods and times of the day. highs in the 40's and lower 50's, but strong gusty winds and heavy rain at times are sort of the caveat to the whole forecast today.
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that, that's minutes away. >> in commit 2016 coverage, granite staters will cost their votes in the first of the nation primaries. wmur explains how critical the final push it for presidential hopefuls. >> if you live in new hampshire and haven't crossed paths with the primary candidate, that's all about to change this morning. >> we're going to find candidates literally almost bumping into each other and people will be able to find candidates in local businesses and big rallies and pretty much anywhere. >> for opportunities, candidates can't scoop up, expect surrogates to be rallying in their place and volunteers to make that one on one connection. >> you'll see more volunteers in the state and you will hear them making for phone calls and knocking on doors.
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field. candidates will work specially hard to work on issues that matter that granite staters. >> that's jobs and economy, that's national security. probably the heroin epidemic. those are the things that the candidates have to talk about to make the final connection. >> experts say negative tv ads will come on strong funded primarily for candidate's superpacs. but it's getting people to the polls that matter the most, especially for the republicans. >> the difference between second and fifth could be a couple thousand votes. getting out the votes matter. >> the republican field is expected to narrow down. experts say candidates who come in sixth or below will likely drop out soon after. wmur, news 9. >> today, hillary clinton will pick up a big endorsement in the granite state. the action fund will endorse clinton in manchester this afternoon. the first time they've ever
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presidential primary and only the third time the organization ever endorsed a candidate in a presidential race. and two time olympic cold medallist amy woman wambach, she says that a woman in the white house would change what young girls believe is possible. >> i think it just gives the 10-year-old girl the opportunity and the belief that she can actually do anything that she wants and sets her mind to. >> on friday, wambach attended an event with clinton with lena dunham in portsmouth. a search for the vandals that spray painted donald trump's headquarters. when officers arrived, they found sexual references across
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and some graffiti called trump a nazi. police are investigating and pouring through surveillance video. >> free speech, you know, is one thing, but when you resort to a criminal act of vandalism to, you know, whether you're for or against something, you know, that is crossing a line. >> the connet building where the vandalism took place is a historic building in littleton, massachusetts. and trump will host a town hall in windham. for a list of where the candidates are going to be log onto wmur.com or your wmur app, look in the politics section. the man accused of killing the little girl known for months simply as baby doe, will be in court tomorrow. michael mccarthy will be
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he's the boyfriend of rochelle, her mother. and the drug lord known as el chapo could be back in the u.s. he's behind bars after months on the run. abc's matt gutman is back with how they got him. >> el chapo,one of the world's most wanted criminals is back in handcuffs. the drug lord paraded in front of cameras, as authorities rushed him back to the same super max prison he tunnelled out of last year. and the attorney general says that's thanks to el chapo and a healthy dose of vanity. the infamous criminal wanted a by op biopic made about him and they tracked him down. a final showdown playing out in
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mexican marines seize the these weapons, including 50 caliber rifles and grenade launchers. he ran from sewer tunnels to hijack a vehiclen you see him once he was caught in that filthy tank top. mexican officials declaring mission accomplish. >> mission completo. >> the u.s. department of justice saying it's a victory for mexico and the u.s. he faces charges of murder and drug trafficking and now mexico is considering extradition. amy: a mexican official says it was actor sean penn who led them to guzman in october. they aborted the raid at the time because he was with two women and a child. in a rolling stone article penn describes the complicated measures he took to meet the drug lord and discussed drug trafficking to middle east politics.
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heroin epidemic, how a new hampshire business woman hopes that her stepdaughter's struggles will help others before it's too late. >> rain is just getting going and we get near record high temperatures today, but also a lot of rain and wind. we'll sort it out with a time line in a few minutes. . >> the patriots know now who
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>> strikes again, just into our news room. we've learned that a ticket buyer has won $50,000 overnight. the winning numbers 16, 19, 32, 34, 57 and 13. a new hampshire business woman brings the story of her stepdaughter's life and death to capitol hill. her mission, to help curb the the-- moved from the granite state to
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they were at a bipartisan event targeting the opioid epidemic. >> lawmakers joined together on capitol hill to consider a bipartisan battle against opioid addiction. congresswoman annie kuster hosted the session, standing next to amber' face. >> the drug consumed her soul and three days later found in an alley dead of a heroin overdose, 22 years old. >> in 2014 amber lost her life to a heroin overdose in manchester. her stepmother, makeup artist chris blevin, shares the story with those who sit in her chair, to catapult to a national stage, making changes hat home, helping launch the hope for new hampshire recovery center. >> when you lose your child to overdose, you whole world
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you're going to get up and do your day. an angel came to me and said stay in the stream of life, that's how i've been doing grief alongside my husband mark. >> they're creating a task force to combat the heroin epidemic, nearly 50 members strong. >> we're here not just to combat the epidemic, but bring solutions not just to this body, but to every area of the nation. >> and chris says she'll keep sharing amber's story until other families don't have similar stories to tell. >> most of the people we're placing in detox and treatment have to go out of state right now. ne ne-- they can't be treated in new hampshire not simply because we don't have enough beds. >> jean mackin, news 9. >> thanks to chris, more are opening up in a special room named after her stepdaughter,
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with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> it's warm and in a lot of places foggy this morning, thick, dense fog if you're out driving early this morning. the fog will be disperse ing as the rain and wind pick up. you can see the fog there with lower visibility. two miles at manchester, but lower to this shot that you're seeing. some areas warmer than that. look at portsmouth at 33. 34 in white field now and 40 in lebanon. they're rising quickly and will continue to do so. low visibility in many spots. portsmouth now dropping to about half a mile visibility. and about a mile visibility in concord. now, to the winds which are starting off not that bad this morning, but it's going to quickly change as they'll pick up rapidly as we go through the morning and into the early afternoon by mid day, early afternoon, we're seeing wind
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per hour or higher as you're seeing here. coming first out of the east and shifting to, out of the southeast, and that means areas here near the seacoast will see the strongest wind gusts because the winds coming in off the ocean with no mountains, no trees, no buildings to slow it down. as it comes to shore, and then the winds shift to the southwest and west for tomorrow. here is the watches. a high wind watch in effect for coastal areas as i was mentioning, that's where they'll be the strongest, a lot of rain, tonight. the rain is moving up and beginning in southern new hampshire now and it will only get stronger as we go through the rest of the morning hours here and i'm going to get out of the way here and let you take a look at that for a second. there is a look at the rain moving from the south and take a look at that. it's going to be heavy at times as we go through the rest of the morning and into the afternoon as well.
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as that rain comes down, the winds will gust along with it and the temperatures soar, but it's going to be back where it's supposed to this time of year. upper 20's, lower 30's for highs and all of this week ahead with the giant and cold air mass that settles in for the entire week and weekend as well. here is the futurecast showing that rain picking up through the morning hours. by mid to late morning you're noticing the rain and it's coming down in buckets at times. the worst begins to pull away late afternoon, early evening, this evening, there will be leftover showers and maybe a downpour for a time and by 10:00, 11:00, midnight or so, we're pretty much done. drying out overnight as we go into tomorrow. partly to mostly sunny skies, but showers will be around the mountains as we go through the day and let's jump forward to tuesday, yep, you saw that. tuesday afternoon to early tuesday evening.
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could possibly leave an inch or two in some spots. the upper 40's and lower 50's amazing, but of course, comes with lots of rain and wind and as i mentioned temperatures dropped big time and lasted through the week and into next weekend. let's see what happened on the playing fields yesterday? >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> hey, everyone, the bruins played game two of the five-game trip. the senators, marchand back from serving the three-game suspension. the charra's shot redirected, and his third of the year tied the game at one. they would go to overtime and mark stone scoops up the rebound and gets two whacks on the wrap around and scores with 37 seconds to go in ot. tuukka rask made 38 saves. senators win it 2-1 overtime and the road trip will continue on monday against the rangers.
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doug car made 42 saves and mark and tone had two goals and two assists. monarchs win 4-1 and they're off until next saturday when they return home. high school hockey on nashua south. south strikes first, and zack clans city, one-on-one with the goalie, 1-1 panthers. and zack peltier scores to make it 1-1 and then brandon johnson able to stuff home the loose puck, 2-1 memorial. the crusaders win 6-3. in division two, merrimack and keene met at the west side arena. hunter gallant beat the defense. and a wrister from the far
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team greenwood is going to follow his own shot and he'll score on the rebound. keene off to a 5-1 start this year and black birds win it, 8-2 the final. wild card weekend in the nfl. the early game the. an afc was the chiefs and texans. while davis takes it six yards deep in his own end zone. 106 yards the other way untouched for a touchdown. texas quarterback hoyer was responsible for five turnovers and threw four picks. londonderry's ryan griffin caught three passes, but the chiefs won it 35-zip. the late one was a good one. cincinnati and pittsburgh. aj mccarron finds aj green who scores to give the bengals their first lead of the football game. they went for two and didn't get it so then the steelers had a
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down the field things to some bad, bad penalties by the bengals and a 35-yard field goal wins it for the steelers, 18-16 the final. so, that means that the patriots will get the chiefs in the decisional round at gillet stadium next saturday night. and the steelers will go to top seeded denver, that is on sunday. also, a 4:40 start. so the patriots, a tough test next weekend against the very hot kansas city chiefs team. fcf. north dakota state and jackson state. on the option and dive across the line. ran for two scores and threw for another and north dakota state wins their fifth straight fcf national championship. 37-10 the score. no other college football team at any level has ever won five straight national titles. congratulations to the bison.
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sunday. amy: a nationwide action made up of recycled items and garbage cans, returns 0 where it began. recycle for cushion is doing a free show at home depot, south willow in manchester. this is where they stopped by our studios has year. the show in manchester kicks off at noon. ahead right here on news 9 this morning, some people envoy winter, others not so much. we'll introduce you to one
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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 pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages 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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>> this is a pretty cool story, one of the members of the sport, musher is 13. lara is a veteran of the race that starts at the omni mount washington hotel. she has her sights set farther. the 8th grader is set for the junior iditarod in 2018. she's been running her dog since 10. it started with the movie "snow buddies", her parents took her to the sled dog races and she got her first dog as a present that year. her father has been helping her along with peter frankie from
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at next month's great north woods challenge she'll compete in the a-dog class, runs 10 to 20 miles a day. she's done it before and last year did the 30 mile race deep in the woods of maine. she hopes that rigorous training will have her on the team ready for the 2018 junior iditarod 18 miles outside of alaska. for more on the training, including the lessons she's learned from her dogs, go to the escape outside section of wmur.com. paula tracy, wmur news 9. amy: for most kids waking up to snow is exciting, but not so much for this little girl. josh: no. and all the snow! i know. this dad revealed the first snow of the year to his young daughter and she was not happy about it. and she broke down in tears and told her dad she wanted the snow
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we don't know where this video is, but maybe she remembers last year's snow. she does not look happy. amy: it's the weather post traumatic stress disorder. josh: i'm a trained therapist on that, i'll work with her on that later. speaking of which, we have some wild weather on the way today. temperatures in the upper 40's and lower 50's for some spots, but at the same time, while the temperatures go up shall the rain will be coming down, heavy at times and the wind will be gusting strong as well. cold for the week ahead. amy: thanks, josh. the news continues at the top of the hour. today's top stories up next. powerball fever, get your tickets ready. we have the record breaking drawing. gearing up. worldwide competition some
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taking part in 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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>> historic jackpot, record breaking ticket sales and comes amy: now on news 9, powerball fever. if you were hoping to wake up a millionaire, think again. the results of last night's drawing. josh: we're waking up to these conditions, heavy rain and wind ahead. amy: and this month the primary candidates are kicking it into high gear. why this election means so much
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how el chapo helped to lead authorities right to him. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire, 8:00 on sunday, january 10th, i'm amy coveno. we'll get to the top stories in a minute. josh judge is in the weather center. josh: watch these temperatures, rising up from the 30's with the rain beginning in southern parts of the state. >> it not heavy yet, but it will be headed in that direction. upper 30's and 40's everywhere, 44 degrees in portsmouth. 44 in whitefield. we have a wind advisory in effect for coastal locations and they'll be strong everywhere. and those colored in green there are flood watches in effect. the main only moving into southern new hampshire, but it will be picking up those yellows and of course, we see some oranges in there, those are where the heavy, embedded
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will be moving through. highs today upper 30's and lower 40's now. from the upper 40's and lower 50's by later today and the winds will be gusting and raining heavily at time. if you're thinking of going out in supports and t-shirt, probably not going to want to do that. we'll at that you can -- talking about the upcoming temperatures. you will. amy: if you looked at your powerball number this morning and lost, so did the rest of the no one hit the drawing. billion dollars. the jackpot began on november 7th and has rolled over 19 times before saturday's drawing. so will the 20th time be a charm? >> record breaking estimated 949.8 million dollars. amy: if you thought powerball fever was high, get ready for it to grow even more. >> a billion dollars, yeah, it's really--
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break our signs a whopping 1.3 billion dollars is expected to roll over after no winning numbers were drawn on saturday. this is the largest lottery prize ever in the u.s. in new york the state's gaming commission says at one point yesterday, 3.3 million were sold per hour. here in new hampshire, the rate of ticket sales yesterday evening was $300,000 per hour. that's the most the state has ever seen. >> nonstop, we're not getting a thing done, except sell tickets, powerball tickets, pulls people out of the woodwork. people don't know how to fill out the numbers. we have to walk them through it and it's great. amy: in order to win all six numbers on your powerball ticket must be correct. to increase their chances at winning last night's monster prize, one group in hollis created a community pool. more than 1100 people tossed in $2 and this morning, members of that community will gather to
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it's a similar situation in derry, more than 1300 people put in $2 each for a ticket. the organizer of that pool says everyone was an equal partner and no one was allowed to purchase more than one ticket. amy: no one hit the big jackpot we have learned at least one person in the granite state is waking up with some more money in their pocket. bunny superet sold a ticket, 16, 19, 32, 34, 57, and 13. if you need some help coming up with the numbers for wednesday's drawing, head over to wmur.com, we've crunched the luckiest numbers from the last 20 years to help you sort out your strategy. in other news now, a 31-year-old man was busted for allegedly driving drunk.
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allegedly drove through a signal, he later agreed to a breathalyzer and blew more than twice the legal limit. new details this morning about a woman hit by a car in manchester on thursday, she has passed away. police say a volkswagen jetta hit a woman walking at auburn street on wednesday night. 26-year-old died friday night at the hospital. the identities of the victim and driver have not been released. police are investigating. we now know the name of the boston police officer shot in the line of duty last week. police officer kurt stokinger was shot after he pulled over a convicted drug dealer driving on a suspended license. 27-year-old grand grant hedley allegedly got out of his car and opened fire before running away.
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at boston medical center. the transam snowboarding tour kicked off. the first round of the national contest, top male and female riders will go to the finals in california in march. transam going to colorado, utah, montana this winter. the robotics competition is underway. teens will design, build and operate their own robots. our stephanie woods was at southern new hampshire university this saturday as this year's challenge was unveiled. >> it's crazy being a part of something so worldwide. stephanie: more than 75,000 high school students got their first glimpse at the 2016 first robotics competition challenge on saturday. here in manchester they're getting geared up. >> when i first saw the game i was psyched. it's my senior year and my last game. i'm speechless, there's so much
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the moving of the gates and the elements, it's insane. it's a little bit like your birthday, you get your-- you have a big party, get a bunch of presents and you want to tear into them and see what's going on. >> dean cayman of bedford known for inventing the segue founded in 1989 to get kids more interested in science. the president of first for inspiration and recognition of science and technology say that kids have fun and learn a lot. >> we always say it's the hardest fun they'll ever have. what they'll do is really hard, i have a ph.d. in engineering and don't know how i would design this. >> they'll create and build their own 120 pound robots. students from man when is chester says it will be stressful. of being pulled out.
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two of practice, driving and throwing so it's a lot of work. >> we're also going to have a lot of failing. failing and redoing. >> it's important. >> stephanie woods, wmur, news 9. amy: now that the competition is underway, high school students busy. they begin with the first championship in april. it's that time of year ago. girl scouts are beginning the annual cookie sales this weekend. organizers say the sales teach girls important life styles like how to market a product and run a business. if you're craving a thin mint or a do-si-do, there's an app for that, digital cookies. >> they will set up their own websites, there will be the
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amy: it funds camping and service projects. coming up, a police officer recovering after being shot in a street fight. a close call in pennsylvania, an
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>> welcome back. it's 11 in the morning. here is golfstown, we've got a lot more rain to go and wind, too, the forecast is a few minutes away. amy: in two days, president obama will deliver his final state of the union address to a joint session before congress. his speech will focus on challenges and opportunities that will impact the u.s. for generations to come. one topic in particular, he's expected to discuss gun control. the president will leave at
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symbolize the victims of gun violence. you'll see the response here on wmur. a new york city police officer, sherrod stuart was trying to break up a fight when shots rang out. a club had several stabbings and spilled out on the street. that's when officer stuart and others encountered the crowd. >> the officer engaged in a gun fight and police officer stuart was shot in the right ankle. he returned fire striking the male suspect four times. >> stuart's injuries are not life threatening. the suspect 19-year-old rice, who police say has a criminal history, is hospitalized with stab wounds. police in pennsylvania are investigating had a bizarre crash.
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vehicle going in the opposite direction. the axle missed her by a few injuries. miraculously no one was hurt, the driver of the pickup could be cited. the investigation is ongoing. still to come here this morning, best hug ever. how a local dad gave his son the greatest surprise. it is 8:13 on a sunday morning, you're looking live at a foggy manchester, wet out there as well. probably need to take it easy if
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> what an interesting weather day on the way beginning right now. we're starting off with rain moving in and also some thick fog in parts of the state. here is warner where it's 36 degrees and dense fog visibilities there. we head up to the north country, it's not that foggy, but look above the mountains and see the low clouds and no fog. it's warm all over. upper 30's and lower 40's in the state headed for another 10 to 15 degrees warmer than thatment, but as i mentioned, that fog is
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and you can see lower visibility in many locations, so, take it easy out there. not only because of the rain, but also the fog that's out there. but with those warm temperatures, no ice to worry about. no slick roads in that regard. ponding on the roads could be a concern later on. you can see some showers moving in and even some moderately heavy showers and these areas of yellow are where that rain is coming down a little bit harder and there's even heavier rain than that to our south. as we widen the view, you can see the entire storm system. the center of the low with the counter clock-wise flow. because of that, it spirals up and brings on the warm air, and already is warmer than we'd ever see this type of temperatures, this time of year, but it will go even higher, until we get this cold front that rolls through tonight and tomorrow morning and on the other side of it, much colder air and for the
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sticks around for a while. we've had a couple of colder days here and there this season, but we always follow with warmer temperatures, not this week, the entire week ahead even into next weekend. here is the futurecast, superimposed over our temperatures, you can watch them headed through the day today as well. upper 40's, lower 50's for a good portion of the state. heaviest rainfall later this morning through about mid to late afternoon and then this evening, it becomes more scattered, but still some showers and downpours, not as nonstop. tonight. the cold front rolls through and we're back into the 20's and temperatures only recover in the upper 20's and 30's. a difference for today and tomorrow. you can see some snow showers tomorrow in mountains for the most part. those are well to the west out by buffalo, but they could, a couple of them could stream into the state tomorrow. stow, much, much colder weather on the way.
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from an inch to two inches of rainfall a possibility, we'll see maybe a couple of locally heavier and higher amounts than that on the southeast facing slopes. there's your high temperatures anticipated for today. not going to break a record for concord. the record is 54 and we likely get to 49 or 50 and plenty of places hit the lower 50's. a difference between today and the entire rest of the week. >> it does look like an appropriate january. >> yeah, those are average temperatures for the first time in a while. >> they're the kind of stories at that simply never get old. a homecoming surprise for a first grader in pembroke left not a single dry eye in the room. >> declan osborne has been counting down the days and thought he had a few days to go. >> i think he's probably going to maybe like yell and hopefully hug me and-- >> dana osborne has been back
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six-year-old has no idea. he thinks there are seven more wakeups before he gets to see dad. >> this school has been very supportive of my deployment with declan and stuff, we thought it would be a great idea to do it here. >> remember a few weeks ago when mr. skarupa came and talked to us about the weather, these are his friends. >> the class thinks they're having a special guest reader and that's why the news 9 camera is there. the teacher thought of everything. >> hi, bug. give me a hug? >> oh, boy, i missed you. >> it's a hug that goes on and on and on. declan's teachers say it's the quietest he's ever been period.
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with me today? >> hey, are there any words in your heart to describe how you're feeling? >> good. >> good? are you surprised? is this the best happy surprise ever? yeah? >> the moment not lost on six year olds who sat stock still, taking it all in and getting it. >> dear mr. osborne, thank you for saving our country. >> mr. osborne, thank you for protecting our country. >> i love you, dad. >> i love you, too. amy: they some kind every couple of weeks, but the human touch trumps screen time every time. >> yes, much taller, much more grown up. >> really? >> still handsome though. >> declan and dad, skipping out of class early, turns out some
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amy: i heard they went to mcdonald's for lunch. coming up next on news 9 this morning, a new hampshire town could soon have a medical marijuana dispensary. where it would be located and why some people are upset. in the next half hour, news 9, political push.
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given provisional approval, but has some concerns. the site of a dispensary would be at the site of a former credit union. some say it's too close for comfort. >> it's a former credit union, but if all goes as planned this could soon be one of the first in the state. >> if they had to select a facility in merrimack, probably not too many better suited than this one. >> it's close to the highway, centrally located to hillsborough and merrimack counties and secure the safes and money. >> the owner of rh cars next door worry that it will hurt his business and open the area to crime. the noon profit treatment center of new hampshire has been working to address the concerns and they have to submit a detailed security plan before the doors can open. image and values are a worry. thomas moore college, a long running catholic institution, is
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the proposed center. in a letter to the town, the presence of this facility will be for the sense of wholesomeness and safety of our college and warns legal action will be considered as well as regular peaceful protests. >> i can certainly understand where they're coming from, but in many decisions i have to separate what the law says versus what the perceptions could be. >> thompson says it's uncharted territory and are committed to ending up with a site that's good for the community and addresses the safety and concerns of citizens. heather ham mel, wmur, news 9. amy: this is the second community to give conditional approval to a dense ispensary. dove did so. if all is approved it could start in the spring. recycle percussion is doing a free show today at the home
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manchester. you're looking at window of when they stopped by our studios last year. the show at the home depot kicks off at noon today. here is a look what's coming up on news 9 this morning. we are a month away from the new hampshire primary and the presidential contenders want your votes. how critical are the final days before the election? we will break it down. one of the most notorious drug lords, how authorities finally found el chapo. josh judge is here with your sunday forecast. it looks wet and foggy out there
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it's 8:30, i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look at 293 courtesy of elliott at river's edge camera.
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extra time if you're hitting the road this morning. here is a look at top stories on the half hour. one month left before the primary, candidates are increasing visit to the grab knit state. officers discovered vulgar and sexual references on the littleton building saturday morning. the men accused of killing bella bond will be in court tomorrow. michael mccarthy will be charged with the murder of the young girl. we'll have more stories shortly, but first, let's check with josh forecast. hi, josh. josh: it's a wet one. the rain is coming down and picking up in intensity. many places already hit 40 and other places are headed for it and some places will get toward the lower 50's this afternoon. a wind advisory in effect for coastal areas, we will all see windy conditions and here is where our flood watch is in effect.
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rain and these are the ones that have highest chances of ponding on roads. the yellow showing where it's heaviest so far. south so north and even orange colors where the downpours are. they'll move through the day today. rain heavy at times and winds picking up and could be damaging winds, especially toward the coast meaning some trees could come down or at least some winds there. the temperatures, upper 40's and lower 50's. it doesn't last long. we're going to see the temperatures crash down and talk minutes. >> in commitment 2016 coverage, granite staters will cost their votes in the first of the nation primaries in a month. many are ramping up their campaign strategies. how critical the final push is for presidential hopefuls. >> if you live in new hampshire and haven't yet crossed paths with the primary candidate, month. >> we're going to find
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bumping into each other. and people are going to be able to find candidates in local businesses and big rallies. and it's pretty much anywhere. >> for opportunities candidates can't scoop up, expect surrogates to be rallying in their place and volunteers to make that one-on-one connection. >> you'll see volunteers and making more phone calls and knocking on your door. that part is going to ramp up. >> plenty of voters haven't made up their minds. for the packed republican field candidates will be working especially hard to distinguish themselves on matters. >> that's national economy, national security, and probably the heroin epidemic, what they have to talk about to make the final connections. >> experts say negative tv ads will start coming on strong. super pacs. it's getting people to the polls that matters the most,
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>> campaign, especially on the republican side the difference between second and fifth could be a couple thousand votes, getting out the vote matters. >> after the primary the republican field is expected to narrow down. candidates who come in sixth or below will likely drop out soon after. wmur news 9. amy: and today, hillary clinton will pick up a big endorsement in the granite state. the planned parenthood at a fundraiser in manchester. only the third time the organization has ever endorsed a candidate in a presidential race. and two time olympic gold medallist and world cup champ abby woman ambach
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having a woman in the white house would change the way that girls look at the world. >> i think it would give the 10-year-old girl the idea that she could do anything she sets her mind to. she will appear with lena dunham in portsmouth. police continue to look for the person who spray painted donald trump's massachusetts headquarters. when they arrived. they found vulgar and sexual references on the building. the word pig was spray painted across windows and some graffiti called trump a nazi. police say they're investigating and pouring through surveillance video. >> free speech, you know, is one thing, but when you resort to a criminal act, whether you're for or against ago, you know, that's crossing a line. >> the building where the vandalism took place is a historic building in
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and tomorrow, trump will host a town hall in windham. for a complete list where the candidates are going to be, log on and look at the politics section. >> today the city of nashua will hold its 108th annual ceremony to begin a new term for the city's mayor as well as other officials. governor maggie hassan will speak thanking outgoing leaders like donna lee lozeau, the first woman elected mayor of nashua. her term officially expires today at noon. that's when mayor elect will officially take over. the man acued of killing a little girl known for months only at baby doe will be in court tomorrow. michael mccarthy will be arraigned on a murder charge in the death of bella bond. she's charged with being an accessory after the fact. the little girl's remains were discovered in a trash bag on deer island, massachusetts back in june.
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el chapo could be coming back to the u.s. within six months. he's behind bars after months on the run. abc's matt gutman is in mexico city with how police captured him. >> he wanted to-- the drug lord paraded in front of cameras as authorities rushed him back to the same super max prison he tunnelled out of last year. and the attorney general says that's thanks to el chapo himself and a healthy dose of vanity. apparently after his escape last year, the infamous criminal wanted a biopic made about him so his people reached out to local actors. that helped him being tracked down. they raided a house killing five of el chapo's men and seizing these weapons, including 50
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grenade launchers. they finally caught up with guzman after he ran from sewer tunnels, and hijacked a vehicle. you see him once he was caught in that filthy tank top. mexican officials quickly declaring, mission accomplished. >> mission completo. >> the u.s. calling it a victory for both mexico and the u.s. he faces charges in multiple u.s. districts for murder and drug trafficking. now, mexico is considering extradition extradition. amy: a mexican official says it guzman. they aborted a raid at that point because he was with two women and a child. in a rolling stone article late last night he described the way he met the drug lord, discussing drug trafficking to middle east
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the trip last night, could they have back to back wins? >> starting off with rain, fog and warm temperatures now. they get warmer, upper 40's and 50's today and heavy rain will be around and the wind. we'll talk about how long it lasts and the week ahead in just in a few minutes. >> new hampshire's population is
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business, i'm fred kocher. new hampshire is one of the oldest states, median population is 41. that's affecting one particular business in new hampshire. namely hospitals and we'll get to that in a minute. and let me tell you about the aging of new hampshire, here it is. looming geriatric population, and reaches its peak in 2020. half a million citizens by 2030. more than half of our population and the friend that will affect health care the most, only 50 beds in new hampshire for geriatric and psychiatric care. they're preparing for the geriatric care and partnering elliott systems and joining me is the ceo. nice to have you here, john. you were quoted in business new hampshire magazine which did a piece on this, saying you see a
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frame that for us from where you sit. >> starting in 2011, 10,000 americans turn 65. that trend is going to continue through 2018. 30% of those americans are going >> yeah. in the state of new hampshire, as you mentioned, we now have 50 beds. 20 of them are at frisbee. we started the geriatric psych unit in 1984, and if you think that you're going to be able to look at the patient base, it's a very different skillset needed to manage that. amy: what are you doing to make, to prepare for the tsunami particularly because i know you want to be a leader in it geriatric area. >> absolutely. we employ three geriatric physicians. in the country last year, there
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physicians, we have two mid levels to deal with this, we have a strong outpatient program. we adopted that program as one of the strengths of the hospital knowing that the population is only going to get older. amy: what's happening in the rest of new hampshire with the other parts of the health care system? are they gearing up for the same thing? >> not really. there's only two other hospitals right now that have geriatric psych beds. when you look the a the families today dealing with younger kids, now they have mom and dad in the house as well. and there are very minimal adapt. >> you're seeing geriatrics going up in your hospital, going >> yes. >> you've collaborated with dartmouth hitchcock and harvard pilgrim and a new health care company.
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and what will that do for you? >> ben vara health is population health care management company. it's a program to help those higher utilizers of health care. the key to it, we're going to be doing extensive data analysis and going through who need significant health care services before the illness develops. >> before it develops? that's significant. >> that's a change. >> yes, it is. >> now, one. things you're doing outside the hospital, which i think is fascinating and this goes to education, you are mentoring students at spaulding high school to develop a medical mentoring program to teach the students about the stills and jobs at your hospital. talk about that. >> one of the nurses we have in same day surgery brought that up.
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students. when you look at a hospital, it's like a city within itself and students going into college, they don't know what health care requirements are, what skill sets may be needed to develop a career in the health care systems. we're setting up a program where the students come in and they will be teamed with employees and working side by side with the staff. we're not just looking at nurses, raidographers, sonographers, we're looking at biomedical technicians and the skillsets needed to be a maintenance person in this. >> it's a significant issue in this state as you know, and the ceo of frisbee memorial in rochester, nice to have you here. if you want to see that interview again go to wmur.com click on news and click on
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> good sunday morning, it's an interesting day ahead, starting off very foggy in some locations and also very warm and it's already raining at a pretty good clip in parts of southern new hampshire. here is the monadnock region. we've got our camera trained, but you cannot see it. and here is san berton, can't see anything there, pea soup thick fog. but the low visibility is around in many parts of the state this entire day. because as the wind picks up and the rain picks up gradually, it will disperse that fog for us by mid day or afternoon. there is a look at the temperatures, pretty warm for this time of year. average high for concord this day is 31. and concord already starting off at 40 degrees and headed off 9 the or 10 degrees warmer than that.
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just starting to see them click into double digits. and that's a trend for the next several hours and the winds will be busy and they'll start cranking this afternoon, the wind is one thing, the rain is another, and that's been moving in as well. we zoom here to central new hampshire, raindrops pushing up into the lakes region. and moderately heavy batch of them moving through the rochester, portsmouth area and concord on the eastern side here and southern new hampshire, it's been heavier, you see some of the yellows and oranges pushing up into parts of southern new hampshire. these are areas where it's raining the heaviest and there's heavier rain to go. the heaviest batches mid day and the afternoon. at least the heaviest rain and then scattered showers for tonight. notice the system, see the counter clock-wise spinning? it does a couple of things. if you're on the east side of it, because of the wind it's now. but the other side is a
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bringing down cold air and you can see some snow. now, the center of this low moves up to the north. we don't see any snow out of it tonight, but you can see on the other side of that system, much, much colder air and that's what pushes in here for tomorrow and the entire upcoming week, so a big time change in our temperatures after today. so, lots of change in the weather department to tell you about. first of all, we'll take the rain showers and bring them up from south to north all day long. heavy batches of them at times. it will be coming down in buckets. be ready for that, all the way warm and windy. here is the heaviest of the rain beginning to push its way through. just about the time it starts to get dark. it starts to pull away from southern new hampshire and there will still be scattered showers here and there until midnight or just before. then we start the drier process and the cooler process as well. tomorrow, partly to mostly sunny skies away from the mountains, but the winds will ring out snow
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mountains and lake effect snow showers could make it this far from lake ontario. so, let's take a look what's ahead for today. the temperatures topping off in the upper 40's to lower 50's rather, and then, wow, just like that, the temperatures drop down to average, it's going to be a much chillier week ahead. let's check out the playing fields yesterday and last night. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> and the bruins are in the middle of a five-game road trip in ottawa taking on the senators. brad marchand on the ice the first time since serving his three-game suspension. they were down 1-0 in the second and david pastornak redirected the shot. they would go to overtime. mark stone scoops up the rebound, tries the wraparound, gets a second chance at it, scores 37 seconds to go in ot. and the senators win 2-1 in overtime and the bruins road
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the rangers. they sweep the weekend against the jackles. and doug carr made 42 saves. they return home. wild card weekend in the nfl, both af. c games played on saturday. the first one of the day was the chiefs and texans, the opening kickoff and nile davis takes it six yards deep in its own end zone and goes pretty much untouched. 106 yards the other way. the texans quarterback brian hoyer was responsible for five turnovers and threw four picks. ryan griffin caught the passes. chiefs win it 30-0. one. pittsburgh and cincinnati. the steelers leading 15-10 with under two minutes to play in the game and aj mccarron finds aj green for the go ahead touched. their first lead of the game and they went for two and didn't get it. led 16-15 and the steelers had a chance thanks to a couple of
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bengals part and kick a 35 yard field goal and the steelers win it 18-16, so that means the steelers will head to denver next weekend in the divisional round. so the broncos will host the steelers on sunday. the patriots will host the kansas city chiefs. that's on saturday at 4:35. college basketball on saturday, dartmouth and harvard, they played on regional television, close game in the final minutes. knocking down a three from the corner and a team high 23 points and made it a three-point game, but harvard would answer at the other end. harvard goes on to win it 77-70. it was the ivy league opener for both teams. evan evan budreau had a double. a step back three, 13 points for
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transition, gordon is going to lay it up and in, golden knights led by 10 in the first half, but the hawks pulled away. they can certainly shoot. guyers only three of the game and harrison taggart had a game tie 7. they're now 13-1 on the season, great start for the hawks. that's your look at sports. have a great sunday. amy: still ahead here on news 9 this morning, some people really enjoy winter, others, not so much. we'll show you one girl's reaction to the first snow of the season. our first u local shot of the morning. oh, look at those two! they are ready for winter. this is oliver and test looking
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>> well, for most kids, waking up to snow is exciting. [crying] >> wow, this dad revealed the first snow of the year to his young daughter and she was not happy about it. she broke down in tears and told her dad she wanted the snow to go away. we don't know where this video is, but maybe she's had enough of it. i think we've had enough people year.
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josh: i think so. amy: a tale of two winters. josh: it's not going to happen today either. we've got rain everywhere. lower 30's and 40's right now. headed well into the 40's and lower 50's this afternoon. windy and rainy with the flood watch in effect. one to two inches. it dries out overnight. it gets chillier and one snow chance, maybe some small accumulations from that. amy: thanks, josh. be sure to tune in for close-up. it's good morning america. josh and i will be back with
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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
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