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have a fantastic weekend and a great friday. >> it is a good chance for them to catch up before it gets too late. erin: giving many students extra time off. the new plan for the schedule next week at bedford high school. sean: a nashua man is charged with sexual assault. his alleged victim was a patient who wasn't able to give consent. kevin: not quite as chilly today as the clouds continue to fill in ahead of an approaching system for your saturday. all of the details on what to expect ahead. erin: governor maggie hassan laid out her vision for improving infrastructure. she has big goals for the next ten years.
hampshire like we do. now wmr accident "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning. thanks for joining us. sean: good morning. i'm sean mcdonald. we made it through a week. kevin: it is fairly quiet ahead of that. we get through the evening commute no problem. more clouds. a light wind and temperatures won't be quite as chilly. temperatures right now anywhere from the single digits in parts of the north country to teens and lower 20's elsewhere. any sort of breaks early this morning giving way to clouds. all eyes tracking that system moving out of the gulf of mexico early this morning and heading northeast. it is all rain. as it bumps in to the colder air later on this evening, snow or wintry mix changing to rain for some and going over to sleet for an extended time for others. much more on that and detail any possible amounts coming up in
let's go to your friday morning ride here with deb davidson. good friday morning, deb. deb: good friday morning. all of the major roads are nice and quiet, dry, and up to speed. no major problems right now on 93 from north of the notch down to the state line with massachusetts. 293 is moving well through the mill yard with no problems at the lane shift between exit five and the everett turnpike. 95 north and south does have the left lane closed between exits two and one with minor slowdowns through the area. the report is brought to you by autofair. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: the first republican presidential debate of the new year featured some heated exchanges last night between donald trump and ted cruz. sean: seven candidates shared the stage. they covered a wide variety of issues over the course of more than two hours.
the highlights. reporter: seven candidates, one stage, and no lack of attacks. president obama fresh off of tuesday's state of of the union" address. >> president obama didn't so much as mention the ten sailors. >> on tuesday i watched story time with obama. reporter: a high profile of the to persuade voters before the first iowa caucus. this bromance is over. a testy exchange about accusations that cruz might not be legally able to serve as president because of his canadian roots. >> you have lawyers that say you can't run. >> i'm not going to take legal advice from donald trump. >> he says he didn't tell the commission
>> i made a paperwork error disclosing it on one piece of paper instead of the other. reporter: crews throwing more attacks attacking by saying he represents new york values. >> not a lot of conservatives come out of manhattan. reporter: some called it insulting and praised the response to 9/11. >> when the world trade center came down i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully and humanly than new york. reporter: attacks on hillary clinton were also in full force. she was on a different stage with jimmy fallon. soon she will head to south carolina for the next debate set for sunday. stephanie ramos, abc news, washington. erin: the republicans debate and bernie sanders spoke to a crowd. the vermont senator discussed his political
including raising the minimum wage, making public colleges in universities tuition free, and creating a single payor health care system. >> the ones that resonate with me most are related to the evaluation. i'm at a unique position in my life. erin: according to a new poll, sanders leads six points among likely democrat voters in new hampshire. sean: some students are getting a little extra time off next week while their classmates take midterm exams. the recovery days are raising a few eyebrows for parents. ray live to explain how ray: good morning. the new initiative allows students who are doing well to take next week off and skip the midterms. classes will only be students who are struggling or need extra help. any student will be
need to work on projects or want to complete community service. a lot of people seem to be on board with the competency recovery days. the distribute superintendent has been able to convince the parents who were skeptical at first. >> when we take the time to explain what it is like and how it isn't that different. our intention is to help students get there. we've had a good reception from the parents that have asked the question. >> i think it is a great idea for the kids who really studied and have great grades. they don't have to take another one. ray: students already have monday off for martin luther king jr. day and primary day off on february 9th and winter vacation begins on february 22nd. ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: thanks. speaking of which students at a school over the border in methuen, massachusetts
illness. the timony grammar school is closed after more than 200 students and staff called out sick with a stomach bug. the school will be thoroughly cleaned over the long weekend. erin: a nashua man is accused of sexually assaulting a patient at a facility for developly disabled adults. 72-year-old charles bureau faces two desmine demean -- misdemeanor charges. it is a woman that wasn't able to speak for her. >> her inability to concept and he was involved on two occasions that we know off. as a result of those, he's being charged with a crime. erin: the former employer said in a statement he was immediately removed from our facility and terminated. we recognize the serious nature of the situation
cooperation with law enforcement and state agencies involved. sean: maggie hassan says the state has a lot of infrastructure work over the next decade. her plan includes completing the i-93 widening, working on the exit 4a project sooner, the hampton bridge, and commuter rail plans to advantage. it includes work on nearly two dozen red listed bridges and 200 miles of road each year. it is required by law. a lot of work to do. erin: definitely. tears of joy. a local vet has a new home this morning, free of charge. sean: he's one of the top players and scorers on their team. the local star says he's more proud of how he works with his teammates. erin: a big step forward for medical marijuana. the state has ordered
it is here's the truth -- some have proposed to cut social security for the elderly and disabled vets. i disagree. in fact, not only should we not cut benefits -- we should expand them. my plan for social security increases benefits and
cost of living adjustments and raises minimum payments for low-income seniors. it will ensure that all seniors can retire with dignity and respect. i'm bernie sanders,
kevin: friday morning, january 15th. we're looking at temperatures in the single digits, teens to
lower 20's with clouds only thickening as the day moves along. a mix for some and snow for others. sean: an army veteran has a new home. he doesn't have to pay a cent for it. erin: it was by the support foundation in partnership with the bank of america. the mortgage is completely recovered. retired sergeant trevor leadbeatter was wounded. he reenlisted and deployed again. yesterday he and his family got to tour the new home for the first time. >> it didn't sink in we're getting a house. >> i don't think i could put it in to words right
we did not expect
this much. that's for sure. >> it is a terrific feeling of pride. we are as on organization to allow this to happen to a nice family. erin: the house was completely remodeled and furniture donated the bedroom set. they sleep on a futon. now they have the brand new house. sean: a senior captain in manchester says he takes pride in helping his younger teammates. zach pell terrier excels. >> this team has a lot of heart. two top lines are dominant. especially the first line with me and jake. we work the puck very well together. we have for many years.
zach hopes to play hockey at next level while studying criminal justice. erin: carriages are a popular tradition. now there appears to be a plan in place to keep them in central square. sean: the stunning amount of light by what is being called a super super nova. erin: and we want you to meet rosie. the 8-year-old shep parred mix is house personality. she could do best without young children but is comfortable with cats and other dogs. rosie is waiting for up. for information on rosie
for days. contractors. it can take up to an hour to do one lock. it is going to take some time. problem. the horse drawn carriages
in new york city central park may all. two years ago bill de de blasio pledged. a bill could provide a stable. nearly two-thirds of the horses in the park would be retired. sean: some people are already starting to work on their taxes. if you are a procrastinator, you have an extra few days this year. friday, april 15th, is a public holiday in washington, d.c., emancipation day. people in maine and massachusetts will get more time. april 18th is patriots day. taxes will be due on
more than 8,000 customers are getting a refund after they were double charged for parking. they blame a glitch in the software update for the pay by phone app. erin:
authorities in canada say the number of counterfeit bank notes is down by nearly 75% thanks to a new design. they are now made of a plastic polymer instead of plain paper. most are now easy to spot and they are working with the bank of canada to make polymer bills as well. take a look at this. the blurry white dots are what astronomers say may be the biggest and brightest nearly $4 billion light years away. it was $570 million times brighter than our sun. it produced up to 50 times more light than all of the stars in the milky way combined.
it kind of looks like astroids. kevin: the video game. that's really impressive. we start off with fairly quiet conditions. just a lot of clouds. the breaks in the overcast up north leaving us with temperatures in the single digits to lower rage of the teens. the morning commute should be fine. evening commute should be dry as well. a lot of clouds continue to streamline their way in. this is ahead of the next storm system. likely in the way of snow or sleet. then region by region across the state it is really going to depend on where you are across the state as to what precipitation type you get in bulk after sunrise tomorrow. for a lot of south and earn areas, it is over to rain. farther north could be mostly snow. temperatures anywhere from the upper single digits to lower teens. teens to lower 20's elsewhere. a light wind and plenty of clouds especially in the southern two-thirds of the state. a little surge of warmth. we should be up in to
much colder air builds in behind the next front that arrives later on evening. upper range of the 20's to lower 30's. there will be a few hours where temperatures should be above the freezing mark. a little melting going on. it will be clouds and a few breaks before more clouds start filing in later on tonight ahead of the next system that arrives after midnight good portion of the morning before starting to taper off from southwest to northeast tomorrow afternoon. here's a look at it by sunrise tomorrow. wintry mix. it will likely be mostly snow in northern parts of the state. maybe ending as a little bit of sleet. as we cycle through this, you'll notice the rainfall. snow or sleet farther back to the west. up north, mostly snow. a pretty good hit of it. it could be a quick three to six inches tapering off. it should be starting to binddown in southern areas of the state after 1:00 or 2:00.
sunshine and the quieter of the two days on sunday. more clouds come in. notice the area of snow showers may be a brief squall late sunday night or early monday. that's the leading edge of the colder air which we'll have around for a good part of next week. clouds and a few breaks. the light snow or wintry mix develops from south to north. tomorrow morning will be the heaviest portion of the symptom -- storm system. a general three to six inches of snow. farther west you get some snow. going over to sleet. it will be mostly rain with coating possible in south eastern areas before the rainfall kicks in. from there, a couple of snow showers or snow squalls early monday. much colder air along with a strong wind around monday afternoon, tuesday, and early wednesday. erin: this is the one chance; right? kevin: one chance for the next seven days. it looks fairly quiet next week. sean: thanks. let's check out the top stories with ray brewer.
school who are doing well are being rewarded with extra time off. they will get to take next week off and skip the midterms. a lot of people seem to be on board with the dependency recovery days. it is required for students struggling or needing extra help. any student will be allowed to attend if they want to work on projects or want to complete community service. sean: a nashua man accused of assaulting a patient at a facility for the developmentally disabled. maggie hassan says the state needs to do a lot of infrastructure work over the next decade. her ten-year transportation plan includes widened i-93 and on the project in londonderry sooner. erin: coming up, a homeless couple in florida is getting
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kevin: friday morning, january 15th. bestart out with quite a few clouds across the area. right around 20 in and around southern new hampshire. we're going look for the clouds to thicken. temperatures above the freezing mark. we'll talk about the approaching system coming with it with your forecast coming up in just a few minutes. sean: thanks. the piano man seems to be making a home away from home. erin: billy joel will perform again this summer becoming the first ever to perform three years in a row. tickets go on sale one week from today. promoters say joel is return thanks to popular demand. i had a chance to go see him. it was an a awesome show. sean: she's a machine. he's live quite a bit.
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$20,000. they are choosing flowers, foods, and cake, and a local police officer is helping them find a home and money for the marriage license. sean: a good reminder there's a lot of good people out there; right? most people consider saying please to be part of good manners. why are teachers at one school being told to stop saying it? erin: a man in new york is on a mission to find the police officer who helped him get to his job interview after an
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning to you on this friday, january 15th. 19 degrees out there in the lakes region. we're looking at meredith right now. looks like we're going to be getting more snow tomorrow. sean: some rain in other parts of the state. kevin will talk about that in a moment. first the top stories. high school students will not have to go to school next week. the district has decided that kids who are doing well
do not need to show up for midterms. a judge has denied bail for a man accused of killing two women in nashua back in 1988. hudson police are trying to determine what led to a crash on derry street
dead. erin: according to the map the western part and the northern part of the state going to get some snow. kevin: it will be a mix. it is a region by region situation. temperatures are going
to be near the freezing mark in a lot of levels of the atmosphere as this arrives. it is all rain. bumping in to the colder air overnight tonight. temperatures right now in the single digits to lower teens up north. we're in the lower 20's in southern spots. a lot of clouds but not quite as chilly the last few days. a light wind and temperatures from the 20's to lower range of the 30's later on today. the wintry mix or snow develops after midnight tonight. erin: we'll let you know what to expect in your area. first todays rows. let's look at how things are moving out there right now. really no issue. this is 93 from the common man in windham. kevin: we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. if you are starting your morning commute right now, all of the major roads in the state of
very well, including 93 in both directions from north of the notch down to concord through the tolls and then from manchester to salem is a 20-minute lied. ride as well. not seeing any delays. if you are out on 95, it
is up to speed in both seacoast. some days later on today will build between exit two and one. that's with some construction. this report is being brought to you by autofair. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: thanks. bedford high school will hold the midterm exams next week. not all students will be required to take them. erin: the district called it dependency recovery days. the issue is not sitting well with parents.
think it is a good idea to have the kids who are struggling says it will help them with their classes. other parents think it is unfair the student who's are doing well get the time off. students in bedford will be getting early winter break. they have decided that students who are doing well in the classes don't need to show up for take any midterm exams. >> if a student is passing their class, a teacher can waive the midterm. ray: it is a controversial plan called competent recovery days. >> the work that's going to be happening. that's going to be for student who's haven't yet masters those key skills. that's really what it is about. ray: some parents liked the idea. >> i think it is a great idea for the kids who studied and have great
>> there's a good chance for the ones to catch up. ray: others say they just don't like the idea at all. the superintendent says many of them though have come around once he explain the district's goal. >> when we take the time to explain what it typically is like and how it isn't that different and our intension is to help students who haven't masters those skills yet get there. we've had a good reception from the parents that have asked the question. ray: students who have been excused from school can still show up next week to work on community service or complete some projects. live in bedford, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: the republican candidates faced off in a debate last night on the fox business network. the con deaders touched on a number of topics. at a time, things got
nikole killion to show us the highlights. nikole: perhaps the fiercest before between donald trump and ted cruz. conservatives come out of manhattan. i'm just saying. values. statement that ted made. >> on the issue of citizenship, donald, i'm not going to use your mother's birth against you. >> okay. because it wouldn't work. if you become the nominee, who the hell knows if you can serve in office. nikole: the top two came out swinging. >> i hate to interrupt the episode of court tv. i like chris christie. we cannot afford to have a president that supports common core. we cannot afford to have a president that supports gun control. >> i like marco too.
me a conservative reformer that new jersey needed. that was before he was returning against me. nikole: one point is doing away with president obama's mrs. s -- policies and taking out hillary clinton this fall. wmur news 9. sean: the candidates are looking ahead. the three democrats will face off sunday night in south carolina. that debate airs on nbc. the republicans debate in iowa on january 28th. this is the last before the iowa caucuses. fresh off of the debate, several contenders will be here in the granite state today. carly fee run that is holding events. john kasich will be in conway, littleton, and breton woods. rand paul and jeb bush will be in hollis. and marco rubio will be in newport and claremont. erin: from town halls to backyards and diners stops, campaigning is like nowhere else
that tradition is at stake as some tried to bump new hampshire out nation spot. this sunday wmur will presentation of the special look at primaries of the past and the also the future and what the political event means to the granite state and the candidates. >> we give them the respect. we go out of our way as voters, as residents, as remembers of the media to give them the opportunity to make their case in our living rooms on our streets and in meeting rooms. erin: tune in this sunday at 4:00 p.m. right here on wmur for the first in the nation 100 years of tradition. you can also stream it at wmur.com or on our mobile app. sean: a judge has denied bail for a man accused of killing two women three decades ago. anthony barnaby faces two counts of first degree murder in the
warner. a judge said there were several reason for bars, including statements from new witnesses. one woman claims he once told her he was going to kill two women in nashua. barnaby himself confessed to taking part in the crime. it is scheduled to start in september. erin: a deadly crash in hudson is under investigation this morning. the accident happened about 1:30 yesterday afternoon. a ford taurus was headed south when it crossed the center line and slammed in to an suv. the driver was pronounced dead at the hospital. a woman and two children were not hurt. sean: as expected, the new hampshire senate has passed a number of measures to address the opioid crisis in new hampshire. among them is a bill to increase the availability of narcan and enhance criminal penalties for those who tribute distribute the drugs illegally.
>> there's still more to be done. we need to fund and do a better job. there's some money that has to be appropriated. sean: these bills could make it to the governor's desk by the end of the month. the addiction treatment program has received a big grant from the march of dimes, the $127,000 three-year grant will be used to improve the care for pregnant women with substance abuse disorders. erin: new york has awarded the first certificate for cultivating marijuana. they will open a facility in rochester. once the company has completed cultivating its cannabis, the state will inspect a location in plymouth. after that happens, a registration certificate will be issued allowing the sanctuary to be begin dispensing to qualifying patients and designated caregivers.
is expected to begin operations sometime this spring. sean: coming up, a close call for a family in massachusetts. >> i thank god. there's no way we should have alived. sean: they escaped injury when stray bullets flew if to their suv. erin: most people consider it polite to say please. one school is banning it from teach efforts saying it to the their students. kevin: ahead of the next system arriving tonight which participation type your region
kevin: friday morning, january 15th. we have a lot of clouds making their way through the state. a couple of flurries. we have the storm system moving through tomorrow morning. should wind down in time for the patriots game. temperatures in the mid 30's. a pretty good breeze. a wet feel. fair skies if you are headed there. budged up, the breeze is going to get pretty chilly. all of the details in a few minutes. sean: crossing our fingers. a massachusetts family is grateful after surviving a deadly incident.
straight bullets after they took a wrong turn in dorchester. she says the two bullets narrowly missed her 6-year-old sons head. he was sitting in the middle of the backseat. >> the bullet had came straight through the back window, straight over my son's head, straight by my ear, right through here. >> if he was two inches taller, he would have got in the way of the bullet. erin: another bullet barely missed the gas tank. this morning the shooter is still at large. sean: teachers at one north carolina school are being banned from using the word please. the ban at druid hills is part of a new tacticalled no-nonsense nurturing. they give them concise instructions without using the word please. it leaves no rooms for kids to misbehave. saying please indicating that students have an option. i'm not sure about this. erin: interesting. sean: i have kids. i teach them please and
seems to work. unique building in taiwan. erin: the giant blue building is actually a church. it is mentioned to honor the victims of black foot disease which affects the blood supply to the lower limbs. the church wanted to lower women with leg amputations. sean: that's an interesting design. a man in new york is trying to track down a police officer who helped him out. >> wherever you are at, come out of the wood works please. sean: there he is. he was heading if a job interview when he went to the wrong locations. he need the job. he knew he would not make it so he started crying. when an officer started him, he asked what was wrong and offered to give him a ride. he made it on time, ended up getting the job, and now he's on a mission to find the officer and thank him.
got that job is they were so impressed with seeing a police officer do that for him. >> last thing he said to me was good luck and god bless you. i said i owe you lunch. sean: he wants others to hear about the good deed. he's hoping the officer will let him thank him in person and buy him lunch. erin: that's a great story. moving in to sports, the new england patriots will try to advantage to the championship game. first they need to beat the kansas city chiefs. either way tom brady will give it everything he has and the chiefs know it too. >> he's who everybody is chasing. to be doing it as long as he has is -- it is remarkable. it is tough to put in to words. >> pretty consistent each year regardless if he has players on the outside or inside. it goes through brady. he's the guy. erin: he's the guy. he's our guy. tomorrow kicks off at 4:35 at gillette stadium. dick's sporting goods released a new
nfl jerseys. no surprise here, tom brady and
the number 12 jersey and the top seller nationwide. the carolina panthers luke kuekrhly has the checked, and rob gronkowski comes in at third. sean: chip kelly has a new job. the san francisco 49ers announced they have hired kelly as their head coach. he was fire department by the philadelphia eagles after 15 games this season. 49ers ceo announced the hiring on twitter saying they were thrilled to hire him after a thorough search. he will be introduced next week. erin: congratulations to super runner maegan doody from oyster river high school. he's the runner of the year. this is the third year in a row she has won the award. she's a three time winner. she placed 28th in the foot locker national championships. he's going to run at georgetown next year.
a new dinosaur is on display.
the 122-foot long creature is so big it tops the blue whale by about 30 feet. it was discovered in argentina in 2014. it took crews two years to unearth the new species. scientists say the giant herbivore is part of the lizard-like titanosaur group and likely roamed the earth 100 million years ago. how much did that thing have to eat every day? kevin: i'm just glad we're not roaming the earth with it. he's an herbivore. what is he going to do? step on you. erin: he could. we saw the foot next to the man. kevin: that's true. he could probably squash all three of us in one walk. clouds coming in. couple of breaks in the overcast. we'll be anywhere from
20's to lower 30's. clouds will only thicken this evening. starting during the overnight hours continue, we'll start to see light snow or a wintry mix develop. it should quickly go over to rainfall in south eastern areas of the state. farther west and north, you hang on to at least the wintry mix longer and likely a lot more snow up north. it should wrap up tomorrow afternoon from south to north. eventually setting up partial sunshine on sunday and much colder air arriving with the cold front early on monday. there's a look at it. a couple of breaks this morning. we'll have more clouds filing in from the west as the day moves along. temperatures will creep up with the light wind. question. it continues to make its way northeast. the computer maps had it much farther offshore. just over the last 18 hours have been creeping closer. instead of light snow, it will be an extended period of time starting through just after lunchtime in south eastern areas of the state tomorrow. hanging on longer in to the afternoon up north
will be mostly snow from the white mountains northward. temperatures this morning a few single digits up north. a lot of teens to lower 20's. a light wind to go along with the increase and thickening of clouds. temperatures ranging between 26 and 34 this afternoon. not a bad day for a couple of southern areas. there may be an hour or two with temperatures above the freezing mark. clouds will only thicken up later on this evening. anywhere after midnight and certainly after 2:00 or 3:00 we'll start to see the precipitation move in likely in the form of snow or wintry mix as it moves in. quickly from concord, manchester, south and east going over to rainfall. farther west you go it hangs on as a wintry mix or snow. farther north as you'll notice here quite a bit of snowfall out of the system. pulling away from south to north tomorrow afternoon with temperatures just above
partial sunshine and the quieter day on sunday with highs in the upper 20's to mid 30's. snow showers moving in. maybe even a brief squall will be the leading edge of colder air. we have an official hurricane in the atlantic. first time since 1978 we've seen that play out in january. that continues to move away early this morning. and we'll continue to see the fairly quiet conditions in to most of next week. we have to contend with tomorrow morning first which again is a mix to rain in southern areas with little accumulation. couple of inches. probably the three-inch amount will be across the higher terrain. up north the potential for as much as three to six inches of country. beyond that, partial sunshine on sunday. colder air as the winds pick up on monday. you'll notice the high temperatures most of next week in the 20's to near 30. it does look fairly quiet all the way through next week. it looks bright and chilly and brisker each day. at least storm-free through a good part of
erin: where is all of the snow? kevin: we are officially a foot below normal. we'll need one big storm. that's all it would take. erin: one big day. a video of a rescue dog is going viral. >> say cheese. [laughter] erin: as you can see, the dog smile on command. he has a lot to smile about. he's going up for adoption in a couple of weeks. it's been viewed on facebook. sean: sometimes seeing something like that makes you feel good. i love that. still to come, exercise and alcohol do not usually mix. one country is putting on a race in which the
wine instead of 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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team is welcoming back a familiar feline showing the return of the s.w.a.t. cat. the stray started coming in around 2013. when the cat disappeared, they posted signs with the picture of the missing cat. the animal s.w.a.t. cat has returned. a little bit of good news. erin: runners in scotland are gearing up for an interesting race. the wine-a-thon. instead of being served water, they will be served wine along the 6.5 mile bridge. kevin: i thought they were going to be whining. spots for race which are out there until september have already sold out. the race's web site says they can quote run, walk, or crawl your way around. sean: you can't say quit your whining when you are tired. kevin: good point. sean: there are many things i would like to say here. a heartwarming gift for
they are living in a new home thanks to a generous donation. ray: a new policy implemented at a high school that has some parents claiming it is unfair. nikole: i'm nikole in washington with the highs and lows for the first face off of 2016 coming up. erin: if you like gnash -- nachos, stay tuned. where you can get the best plate. 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.
marco rubio thinks it's unfair to criticize him for missing votes. "but i am going to miss votes, i'm running for president." but he's been missing votes for a long time. "one third of all of his missed votes in 2015 were missed before he announced he was running for president." marco rubio has missed more votes... than any other senator. washington politician marco rubio.
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