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tt4w`t2n`qd"" qzh! `_]\ shelley: breaking news. get your tickets. there' s $1.2 billion on the line in tonight' s powerball game. , we have the winns inr you from the powerball drawing f let' ht tow. >> a world record jackpot coming to you right now. get ready. this is powerball. tonight' s jackpot is approaching $1.6 billion. i hope you have your tickets. good luck. let' s play some powerbal 8-27-34-4-19. now r your winning powerball
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multiplier is 2. have a great night and we will see you back here this saturday night. goodbye, everybo.>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news nine tonight. shelley: thanks for joining us for news 9 tonight.shel y walcott. tom: i' m tom griffith. u just saw the winning numbers cordtoowerball jackpot. a lot of people have tickets to eck tonight. our jean mackin found the lottery lines tonight and joins us live in manchester. jean: people probably are not listening to a word where same right now because they are kich those numbers. just a couple rs aou it was like a traffic jam out here, people looking for a spaced art to get into stores to buy
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inside, we found lines of people feeling lucky. it was last minute powball mani iobes in a buying frenzy. >> all right. lets keep moving. >> i' m going to win. win. >> glu >> the is an atm right there.>> i can take the next person here. i'm going to win here. yo. me, jimmy.k,immy. what' s your strategy to cash in >> i just did the quick picks m going to play again jean: turns out there' free advice on the best y to >> it' s just a quickick, pun in and run out. >> my children' s birthdays and dar s. >> i just picked random numbers >> oh just luck, plain luck. jean: do you have a lot of luck? no, maybe this time. >> you never know, right? figured you can' don' >> well, we' that' s a good start, right?
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s superette in manchester, considered a lucky store because they sell the most tickets. >> almost over. almost. jean: and claim the most winners. >> i just drove down from laconia because i heard this is the luckiest store. jean: only the numbers will tell and some powerball players can' t imagine i t theirs are called. >> i' d probably faint, have to double check it, triple, quadruple check it. jean: let me tell youif i had told me to has the winning ha jack i right now. it could be a couple of hours before we find out if there are any winners out there. good luck. live in manchester, jean mackin, wmur news9. that 86% of the lotry
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if no one wins, the jackpot is expected to reach two billion dollars on saturday. with a record jackpot on the line, sales of powerball tickets were through the roof. at 1:00 today, the new hampshire lottery said worth of powerball $3.6 million tickets had been sold since saturday' s drawing. the lottery usually sees ,000 to $600,000 in weekly sales for jackpots that range million. shelley: one new hampshire hospital has sent out an important warning to hundreds of patients. alice peck day memorial hospital in lebanon discovered their vaccines were being stored at inconsistent temperatures. re asking more than 800 children to get re-vaccinated. the ceo of alice peck day memorial says some of the hospvaccales were not stored at the correct temperaturch mhint theynefftive. >>hat we have been advised is that if there is any question about the effectiveness of a
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revaccination. shelley this week, the hospital contacted the families of more than 800 patients asking them to new shots. >> they' re going to have to look at every child and the record of every child toeter dne which set of vaccines that child will have to get. shelley the problem occurred ntov from september 2014 to october 2015. sue mooney says the affected could provide less immunity to disease. is there any danger in getting a second shot? >> that' s andgo one that has come up before. what we understand is that there is not any danger to repeat vaccinations and that it' s safer to revaccinate than to allow a child to go with a potentially ineffectivvaccine. shelley mooney gave no details : on how the refrigeration
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place and would not comment on whether hospital employees have been reprimanded. >> what i can say is that we made a number of process and system changes at the community care center to improve our ability to store vaccines. shelley: so far there have been no reports of patients coming down with vaccine-preventable diseases, after receiving the affected immunizations. tom: general electric is moving its headquarters to boston' seaport district after four decades in conneicutct g.e. plans to initially move to a temporary location in boston the full move is expected to be completed in several steps by 2018. no word yet on how many of the80employees in the new boston headquarters will be transfers and how many will be new hires. >> we' re one of the busiest when it comes economic development. we' rene of the safest cities in america. >> the big here message is this
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not to be for the next two years or the next 5 years, but for the next 50 years. tom: g.e. will get 25 million dollars of property tax breaks over 20 yefris ffering another $120 million package of tax money. shelley: with less than four weeks to go fore primary dayela familiar face is back on the campaign trail here in the granite state. lllinton made stops tonight. nt years ago is now the you did terr>> form president bill clinton is campaigning in western new hampshire on behalf of wife. this is territory he dominated back in 1992 and happens to just
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-- hillary clinton boss primaryin 2 6. bill clinton drew crow at hanover college in keene state today, making the case for putting another clinton in the white house. >> i ought to get some credit for knowing something about how to run the economy. adam: the setting was more intimate in claremont. campaigning here novemr 1991, he helped the local manufacturer hook up with walmart, bringing dozens of jobs that earned him thousands of votes and diehard support in sullivan county. >> is western new hampshire still clinton country? >> i hope so. i love it here and hillary loves it here. you' ve always en good to me. it'big a allenge since we are running against a neighbor. >> senator sanders son lives here in town.
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runner-up and even with vermont right next door, he believes hillary will d herll >> am very confident. i don' t want to jinxnyth ag but i think were going to do very well here. adam: clinton touched on issues ranging from the heroin epidemic to terrorism. t the message remains the same as it was for tai red to the -- a different candidate. >> having an economy that works for the struggling and the striving and the success. adam: he' s known as one of the best closers i.e as election day draws near, he tends to get better out on the trail. the campaign says expect to see more of him in the next few weeks. adam sexton, debbie him you are news 9. tom: chris christie drew a big cloud -- big crowd tan eo nt in goffstown. he took aim' s state of the union address from president obama saying when it comes to isis, this
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>> we need a president whoees the world as it is and is ready to take the steps necessary to first and foremost protect the american people from the world as it is. tom: he had appeared events in bedford tod and focused heavily on the crisis of it addiction in new hampshire. shley: senator rand paul is kingasarty leaders to include the fox business network did not include him in the primetime debate because an average of recent polling nationally and i will n didamot have him in the top five. a poll released today in iowa puts paul in fifth place among likely caucus goers. it wasn' t released in time to be considered for the debate, but paul' s campaign wants it counted since it was conducted before the deadline. paul does qualify for a debate earlier in the day, but he says he' ll skip it. tom: we now kn theow
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grafton church. the body of john connell was found inside the church. investigators say he died of smoke inhalation. connell had been living there and in recent years turned the building over to the peaceful assembly board of directors in hopes of making it a legitimate church. the pastor who preached in the church up until connell bought it said the fire is devastating. >> i was thinking about it this morning, probably 1000 sermons were reached their over the 22 years. so very sad to watch that yesterday. we didn' t stay too long and there was obviously nothing we could do. it was just too sad to hang around and watch it burn. tom: so far, investigators haven' t determined how the fire started. shelley: nashua police say theyught a woman who used counterfeit monethrey times. police were first alerted to the counterfeit money at the beginning of last month. investigators say vict terboss got away with using fake 100-dollar bills at multiple stores.
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charged with forgery. a fish and game conservation officer used a unique strategy to help a moose that was stuck on the ice. the cow moose slipped on the ice while being chased by a dog in deerfield yesterday afternoon. a consva was called out to help, and crept onto the ice, which made the moose angry and she kept trying to stand up. when the officta clapping his hands, the moose got mo upset and stood. worried the moose would staye anbe vulnerable to predators, the officer waved his arms and yelled until the moose ran into the woods. tom: stocks fell today on ll street with one index 10 percent below its recently. why economists consider a drop like this healthy for eight market. >> a lingering question from the
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mike: another weekend quickly approaching and so is another weather system. the forecast is ahead.
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cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. peop dle't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change. i'm bernie sanders,
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shelley: stocks saw another sharp drop tod. the s&p is down 10% from its november the. the last time there was a plunge that it was august. a drop like this is known as a correction and they had historically happened every 18 nths. experts say it can be healthy for markets because emspeculation and allows investors to buy stock at more reasonable prices. shelley: president obama took the message from his state of the union address on the road today. tom: he spoke at the universofitebraska omaha this evening. the president talked about his plan to help working americans and small businesses. >> i' m going to spend some of e time this year lifting up a lot of companies who figured out if they pay good wages, prideov good benefits, treat their customers well, are envi nmentally responsible. they can also make really good profits and it'
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everybody. tom: president obama reiterated other messages from his speech including calling for tolerance toward people of different faiths. researchers have confirmed the side of 19 hangings in salem, massachusetts, stemming from a wave of hysteria over witchcraft which happened back in 1692. a memorial will be laced at the site known a proctors ledge which overlooks a boston street. researchers have been trying to pinpoint the site since 2010. they used written witness accounts and advanced mapping technologies. the city plans to put a marker in the spot commemorating what happed and why. >> the knowledge, the bravery of the people who kept saying i'm not a witch and not being believedth. continue to tell the truth. tom: experts say families of the
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after the hangings to take their loved ones away f burial. shelley: rescuers worked into the night in france, looking for victims of a deadly avalanche in al les de slp resort. today, killie two of them students from a french school group. officials say the trail was so risky that it had been closed since the start of the ski season last month. if you thought it was windy in your town today imagine being at the top of mount washington. the observatory tweeted this picture this afternoon, saying winds were sustained at 79 miles an hour. the highest gust that the weather observers had recorded by early afternoon was 115 miles per hour. with the wind chill, it felt like 51-degrees below zero at
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mike: the record was 231. just a whisper of a breeze. the wind chill is still down in the 50 degrees below zero range. from te to time. winds gusting up to about 35 but again, nothing compared to the of today. degrees. then we hit 12, the record low 21 below, set back in 1981. stretching out a little bit. now the sunset at 4:33. itas as early as or: 11 back in early to mid december -- as early as 4:11. it' s
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factor in the winds, even though they are beginning to shut down there still kicking up 5-15 miles brouwer. there it is, 55 below right now is what it feels like a top mount washington. that means your skin freezes instantly. single digits and lower teens elsewhere across new hampshire in terms of the wind chl. overnight lows near zero north, 10-15 from the lakes region and points south. mostly clear skies this evening but now a few clouds beginning to approach from the west. some may scoot inn by the morning commute and there' s a chance of a flurry, about 20%. the best shot would be west and tomorrow afternoon the best chance of flurries will be in the north country will we get more in the way of partial sun in southern new hampshire.
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looks to be on increasing cloud cover. that will be in advance of some warmer air that moves in for friday afternoon and in advance of the next storm we are tracking. just about all the computer model straw -- show the heavy rain out to the south and east. and a rain or snow shower in southern new hampshire and that looks to be about it. clearing by saturday afternoon, sunday looking dry and pleasantly cool by january standards. after that, your comes the frigid air mondaynd tuesday. it will certainly feel as cold as today if not a little colder monday, tuesday, and early on wednesday. we warm-up nicely i are sunday and looks like we dodge a big storm.
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jamie: there is a lot going on new day for america is responsible for the content of this advertising. who do you like in this election? not sure yet. whoever gets something done. we've gone from eight billion in the hole, to two billion in the black. we've cut taxes and we're growing from a loss of three hundred fifty thousand jobs, to a gain of three hundred forty-seven thousand j what do you think? kasich. kasich. kasich. that's a funny name. he brought back jobs both from china as well as mexico and i don't believe another
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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 that it is rigged. what this campaign is about is to demand that we create an economy that works al rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week
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you should not live in poverty. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. jamie: how bout the bruins and the celtics tonight. both with 8:00 wednesday night games, both of them on national tv, and both of them trying to end losing streaks. lets start with the bruins. tough test as they skated at a flyers team boasting 5 straight wins. the 2nd half of the season begins for boston. down 1-0 in the second period. max talbot with a great pass to kevin miller and he goes up high on the wrister. great shot. later in the period. the bruins have the best power play in the nhl and they shot it off here. loui erikkson with room out
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but midway thru the 3rd, here comes philly. wayne simmonds follows up his own shot with a rebound goal. 2-2 game. and then 82 seconds later, another rebound, this one knocked in by mark streit. there is your game winner, 3-2 flyers. 3 straight losses for boston. now to the celts, losers of 4 games in a row. they hosted the indicerspa on espn. horrendous uniforms for indiana this year. i don' t know what those are. later in the second, george hill tries to save the ball,but throws it to avery bradley. who nds fie crowder open for the on the wing. at the half, celts up 57-49. it was close late in the game. the celts defense stepped in. jae crowder comes up with the steal, then hustles down court to finish the play. celts within one point. again, i don' t know what those
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then amir johnson with a steal and he takes it down to give boston the lead. the celts turn it on in the final minutes to win 103-94, and break that losing streak. horrible uniforms. college basketball, acc hoops. boston college at syracuse. michael minije with a 3 pointer. great start for the cuse, up 28-13. they went on a 21-4 run at one point in the first half. tyler roberson follows the miss with a putback. the orange win 62-40 11-7 nashua' s kaleb joseph did not play in the game for syracuse. womens college hoops. western connecticut against keene state. owls are in white. they were fired up. they go inside early on to amanda petrow. she puts it off glass for the score from methuen. then stephanie d;annolfo comes flying in and she scores plus the foul. keene state up 11-5. then on the break, lydia vital gefense for the layup 28-17. the owls win 61-45. they are good this year, 13-1. a gate city showdown on the ice.
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at conway arena. cardinals in green. first period power play, the get a goal from chase blazak, a one timer to light the lamp. 1-0 bishop guertin. gary bishop's team with the early lead. the purple panthers goalie is sophomore nathan radin. tough test for him against the defending state champs. he held the line on this flurry. but the cards kept coming on the break. blazak finds justin pearson and he scores to make it 3-0. bg wins 8-0. we get to talk some hs football tonight. the rosters have been announced for the chad east west high school football all star game. for the defending champs from team east, great athletes all over the field. james tulley of pinerton, joey auger of portsmouth, winnacunnet's brian auffant, timberlane's great duo of tyler fury and qb jason hughes, kyle for team west, watch out for the defending d-1 champs from goffstown. they have 5 players on the team, including player of the year connor bourque and qb casey
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chadallstarfootball.org. superstar tight end rob gronkowski had limited participation at practice today, and was not spotted by reporters, but that takes a back seat to the story surrounding their pro bowl defensive lineman. big story revealed today. chandler jones was taken to the hospital on sunday, after showing up at the foxborough police department and requesting help, according to police reports. he was taken to norwood hospital with an unspecified medical emergency. he was released the same day, and the patriots say he has not missed practice since. espn reports the nfl is aware of jones' hospital visit and will
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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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shelley: breaking news, california lottery of his they they have older winning ticket for tonight' s record-breaking powerball jack pot. no word yet on whether the winning tickets were sold in any other states, but so are california lottery officials saying they have a winning ticket. tom: there are your powerball numbers.
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we will wait to hear from shelley: thanks for joining us other states. shelley: thanks for joining us for news 9 tonight at 11:00. tom: jimmy kimmel live is next, followed by night line. have a good night. cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change. i'm bernie sanders,
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(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) (donkey noise)
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marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa content of this message. stood strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter

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