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tt4watv# 1d"" qzh! stephanie: right now at 11:00, heavy rain is moving out of the state, leaving downed power lines and outages behind. crews are working to restore electricity. hayley: this storm brought record-breaking warmth, heavy rain, and thunderstorms. now colder air makes a big comeback. your workweek forecast, coming up. >> as your president, i will always have your back. stephanie: hillary clinton is in new hampshire, picking up an endorsement from planned parenthood. police officers at unh trained for an active shooter situation. they practiced responding to a gunman on campus. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 tonight. stephanie: right now, heavy rain is moving out of new hampshire.
meredith where it looks very damp, but strong winds knocked out power to some areas, and some of you are still sitting in the dark tonight. good evening, and thanks for joining us. i am stephanie woods. meteorologist hayley lapoint tells us when that rain will end. hayley: most of us, it' s already done with, which is good news. we had a heavy dose during the day, and it has been coming down during the past couple hours. a couple scattered showers mainly in the monadnock region, but what is happening is we are side. you see the snow showers out over the great lakes and over new york state. those are actually lake effect snow showers, as some colder air is getting dragged our way. only nine miles per hour in portsmouth.
of the state, still the winds, a little bit strong. you might hear them rumbling around as you try to get to sleep. i will talk to more about the workweeks forecast coming up. stephanie: today' s storm is being blamed for power outages across the state. strong winds knocked down power lines in windham. liberty utility says 60 people in that area are without power. eversource says most of the outages have been caused by wind. they are sending out crews as reports come in. you can make a report by calling your electric provider. other areas without power are mostly in southwestern new hampshire. eversource is reporting outages in dublin, greenfield, and bradford. power is also out for about 500 people in stark. roads are still slippery out there. a car crash near exit one on a i-93 slowed traffic tonight.
involved. no word on if anyone was hurt in the crash. state police have cleared the scene, and traffic is now back to normal. now to commitment 2016 coverage -- democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton has been endorsed by planned parenthood. this is the first time the organization has endorsed a candidate in a presidential primary. kristen carosa joins us live with a recap of the event. kristen: planned parenthood made the announcement at southern new hampshire university. the organization is putting their full support behind an historic endorsement for them. >> as your president, i will always have your back. kristen: in front of more than 500 supporters, democratic clinton accepted the endorsement of planned parenthood sunday. >> planned parenthood should be funded, supported, and appreciated, not undermined,
kristen: the former first lady and secretary of state says she women' fight she will continue in the white house. election and gets the chance to stack the supreme court with right-wing justices, together, they will accelerate the move to take america in the wrong direction on so many issues that you and i have fought for, and that many americans now take for granted. kristen: clinton' s endorsement was announced by planned parenthood action fund president cecile richards. >> we don' t need just a friend, solid vote, a supporting statement. we need a fighter. hillary clinton understands the lives of women, and she' s been fighting for women and families her entire life. kristen: the organization is making the early endorsement to remind voters about what it calls extreme positions from republicans on women'
>> they all vowed to ban safe and legal abortion. they have pledged to repeal the affordable care act, ending insurance coverage for birth control for 55 million american women, and they have sworn to block when parenthood access to millions of patients. >> access to health care is so important, and it' s a right. it can' t be taken away. hillary will work hard to make sure it is not taken away. kristen: planned parenthood plans to spend at least $20 million in this election cycle, which includes a grassroots campaign for clinton. they say none of the money will be used to critique them a credit challenger bernie sanders. kristen carosa, wmur news 9. stephanie: tomorrow, donald trump will arrive in the granite state. he is hosting a town hall in windham at 11:00. he will speak at the castleton banquet center.
president barack obama is inviting two dozen guests to sit with the first lady at his final state of the union address tuesday. among the guests is a syrian scientist suffering from cancer, a california man whose partner was killed in the san bernardino attack. one seat will be empty to represent the victims of gun violence. what of new hampshire' s leading addiction efforts will be attending that speech. senator kelly ayotte has invited dr. seddon savage. ayotte says her expertise is critical to fighting new hampshire' s heroin epidemic. nashua' s new mayor was sworn in, but this isn' t his first day on the job. jim donchess took the growth of office in front of a large crowd at nashua north high school.
>> we still plow the streets. we still have to keep the schools going and great. there are some things. changed. the challenge of economic growth and jobs is different. stephanie: the mayor says he will hold a series of town halls around the gate city to hear from voters. are launching an impeachment investigation over the that state' s governor. republican paul lepage has apologized for saying that young white girls were being dealers. the democrat leading the impeachment calls says his request is set to be debated on the house floor thursday. as mass shootings become more common in the united states, schools across the country and in new hampshire are training
the university of new hampshire spent the last three days training for an active shooter scenario. officers from unh and iran used the memorial union building on campus while school was on break. the training was funded by the department and is constantly evolving. >> we review every single shooting that happens anywhere in the united states, and we look at our plans. we look at how he would respond to those things. this is part of the planning process. stephanie: the unh police chief also offers a class for students and faculty and says each time a shooting takes place in real life, attendance increases. the boston police officer who was shot in the leg friday is home from the hospital. police say he tried to pull a versus back to drug dealer grant headley when he was shot in dorchester headley is.charged in the shooting and will be in court tomorrow. the man accused of killing the
due in court tomorrow. michael mccarthy will be arraigned on murder charges in the death of bella bond. s mother. she is charged as an accessory in the case. the body of the toddler was found in a plastic bag on deer island last summer. it took investigators months to identify her remains. authorities are investigating the death of an american woman in italy as a murder. 35 euros florida native ashley olsen was found dead in her apartment in florence. officials say she had scratches and bruises on her neck. an autopsy will reveal exactly how she died. so far, there are no suspects. friends in the u.s. are shocked. >> i can' t imagine a person who would hurt her. she is a gentle, kind, beautiful friend and lovely girl. it' s an awful shock. we' ve got a great community here of people, and everyone loved
stephanie: she had been living in florence since 2012. mourners left roses at her doorstep. tonight, we are learning more about the recapture of drug lord el chapo. an interview with actor sean penn helped lead authorities to him. abc' s matt gutman is in mexico with the notorious drug lord' s search for fame and how it led to his capture. matt: there it is, a handshake with hollywood. "rolling stone," documenting proof of the secret meeting between the world' s most wanted drug lord el chapo and that meeting, three months before this photo op. the kingpin, back in handcuffs, rearrested friday after six months on the run, but perhaps s elite interviewed joaquin guzman in person is this, a video of el chapo answering questions.
recording for a mexican actress who he hoped would make a movie about his life. but what neither el chapo or the actress realized, their communications were not so secret. mexican officials say they used those communications to help track the drug lord. authorities recaptured him after a gunbattle, with el chapo initially escaping through a drainage pipe. >> hundreds of yards, el chapo and his lieutenants crawled through here. it' s extremely crossed or phobic -- claustrophobic. matt: now that he' s behind bars, penn is under fire. >> if these actors want to fun over a drug trafficker, they have a constitutional right to do it. i find it grotesque. >> we will let someone else sort out what sean penn did or didn' t do.
super max prisons, el chapo could be extradited to the u.s. to face charges. matt gutman, mexico. stephanie: coming up tonight at 11:00 -- [no audio] a local band is grabbing the trash cans for a free concert. we will introduce you to the members of recycled percussion next. hayley: it was incredibly warm this afternoon and even this
stephanie: if you feel like you are saving a lot on gas, it might cost even less to fill
up your tank later this year. the average price of gasoline has been falling one cent each week, and experts say it will continue to drop. right now, the national average for a gallon of gas is $1.96. in some states, it is down to $1.64. the powerball jackpot is now up to $1.3 billion after nobody won yesterday. the prize money is the largest in the history of the game. five tickets sold in new
and the powerball. those are worth $50,000 a piece. one of those tickets sold at, where else, money super in manchester where the lines are still long for tickets. in, the late 1990' s
one kid from goffstown used trash cans, pots, and pans to create a new sound. now recycled percussion is a world-famous band. the founders played a free show in manchester to say thanks to their home audience. on sunday, new hampshire' s own recycled percussion put on a special show for their favorite people in an unexpected spot. >> people took the time to come out of their house and spent the sunday afternoon with us. it' s really humbling. it means the world to us. stephanie: the band put on a
>> we were going to pay to see can see them for free. stephanie: store manager leigh burnett says he found the band' s the aisles the other day. >> i went up and asked him, what are you doing, justin? he said, we want to play here. what are you talking about? stage. >> real easy. we have a bunch of lumber. we made some stages and stacked banner on it. stephanie: the band rocked out. >> they are unique. they are awesome. stephanie: spencer says the band has played more than 5000 shows worldwide and sold more than 5000 tickets this past week in new hampshire, but spencer says recycled percussion got its start at his high school talent show in 1995. he owes his hometown some love. >> one last giveback show.
flight to vegas. we opened up the doors at home depot and caused little mayhem. stephanie: since 2013, the supper claim junk-rock band has a permanent show. inlas vegas to heavy rain and wind caused major problems for drivers and took out powers to areas across the state. hayley: this was heavy rain we had moving through, and we should be in the clear now that those strong storms have pushed off to the east. with the snow out there, there was some problem with drainage in urban areas. overnight, we should get some relief from that. here is a live look in claremont where the rain has finally ended. the roadways, still a bit wet, but the good news is we have a little bit of a breeze kicking up. with temperatures still well
out the roadways before the temperatures fall below freezing. any icing would be very limited tomorrow morning. that is good news. in portsmouth, it is still overcast with thick clouds. the rain has wrapped up. there might be a couple foggy areas. for the most part, the worst of it is certainly well gone and over with. in terms of rain amounts, the highest amount was in waterville valley, 2.05 inches. same thing in gorham, temple. just over an inch and a half in jackson. this was some beneficial rain, particularly for the southeastern side of the state where we' ve been in a moderate drought for a long while, ever since the summer actually. heaviest rain, well gone up towards the north and east of us. still some lingering showers, and as you notice, a couple snow showers turning as the cold air begins to work across the state.
you can see this gray color across the map, and this is the cloud cover. you' of rain into jaffrey, keene, but as we go through the next way for hours, this low pressure turn over us. the center of it, basically up s twisting around, we are getting the as the cold air goes over the warmer lakes, you can see the lake-effect snow machines getting going off of every great lake. tomorrow, snow showers off of lake ontario and erie could make it into new england, including here in new hampshire. temperatures have been very warm. we tied a record in concord at 54 degrees, and that happened after dark. 44 degrees in concord.
very warm not only during the too. plymouth coming away with the worst, at least at the airports where we are getting these readings, but i wouldn' t be surprised if there are some areas where the fog is getting a bit thick. where it isn' t thick is where the winds continue to be moving around. 17 miles per hour, the sustained wind in lebanon. out of the west instead of the southeast. it' s going to be a colder direction as the colder air is coming in from the west, northwest. down. 20' s up north. here is how things go. scattered snow showers. streamers getting into central and northern portions of the state. otherwise, tomorrow, sunshine. clouds fill in in the morning, and right around commute time, we' ve got snow showers moving through.
you may have to do a little shoveling and driving slower on the way home tuesday night. here is your forecast for monday. temperatures falling into the 30' s overnight, and that is where they will stay all day tomorrow. it will be windy, cold with a few flurries. we will have snow showers around. tuesday, we could have a couple inches. it might be plowable during the evening commute. stephanie: can we give the kids some hope? are we talking about snow days? hayley: no. maybe an inch or two on tuesday. it doesn' t look like we' ve got one of those big storms coming. stephanie: kids, still study for those tests. jason king is here. jason: it looked like it was
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>> now jason king and news 9 sports. jason: the celtics were in memphis, hoping to turn the month around. boston had lost four of its last five entering the night. isaiah thomas had another good game
to lead the celtics, now up 17 in the third quarter. nice bounce pass from kelly olynyk. the grizzlies would chip away. that made it a nine-point game. memphis up one, jae crowder with the steal gets it ahead to thomas who puts the celtics up one. thomas had a game-high 35 points. mario chalmers misses from three, but matt barnes is there for the putback.
boston had a couple chances to tie it. thomas steals the inbounds pass couldn' t beat the buzzer. the celtics are at the knicks on nfl. the wild-card weekend wrapped
up with two nfc games. late game. 17-11, packers. quarterback draw. redskins back in front, 18-17, but the packers running game would get going. eddie lacy finds a big hole and goes 30 yards, taken down inside the five yard line. the next play, james starks would take it around the right side for a touchdown. 24-18, packers. lacey and starks combined for 116 yards, and they each had a touchdown. 35-18, the packers go to arizona next weekend. it was -6 for the
the third coldest kickoff in league history. entire game. russell wilson to doug baldwin, game. on the next vikings possession, they throw it to adrian s going to
cough it up. the seahawks would recover. that would set up a field goal to give the seahawks their first lead of the game. the vikings would drive down the field in the final minutes. they had a chance to win it with 26 seconds on the clock, and the field goal attempt is wide left. the seahawks survive, 10-9 the final. they will take on top-seeded carolina next weekend. in the afc, the chiefs and steelers were winners on saturday. kansas city shutout houston 30-0.
there for the fifth time. build check said in his conference call today that the chiefs will be very difficult to prepare for because they have no examples of any team the in successful against them over the last 11 weeks. pittsburgh will go to denver who are the top seeds in the afc. that game will take place on sunday. college hockey, dartmouth at home against holy cross. all dartmouth in the first. josh hartley, nice goal, made it a 1-0 lead. defenders and scores from the high slot. still in the first, patterson again, this time from the far circle. brister finds the back of the net, his second goal. the big green would go on to win it 5-2. back at home for a pair of games next week in. >> i thought it was a great game. they are a great team. holy cross has been on a roll. i think it'
i thought we came out with a really great firstp o period. i thought they took it to us in the second, but we found a way to keep them off the board. >> i thought we started off pretty hot. we had a hot tin coming in. they been rolling lately. i thought we stuck to our game and got pucks behind them, and it paid off. still jason: to come, the college football playoff will be decided monday night in arizona. hear from both sides after the break. [ horn honks ] okay, this is u.s. cellular, and this is verizon. now, same phones, but with u.s. cellular you get 6 gigs of 4g data for only $40 per month -- $20 less than verizon. and u.s. cellular's network was built to work in places like out here, here, and here.
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jason: college football national championship game will be played tomorrow night at the university of phoenix stadium in glendale, arizona. clemson against alabama, looking further fourth national title in seven seasons, while clemson could become the first-ever 15-0 national champion. alabama is a six-point favorite. >> we don' t see ourselves as an underdog. we' ve we have a great team, and i think our guys have done a great job of embracing every role we' ve been put in for the last seven years, to be honest with you. >> i'
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