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>> they're the best in the nfl. sean: now on news 9, big night for the patriots fans as they celebrate a win. kevin: we'll talk about the next chance of show and when it arrives for futurecast ahead. sean: a man is lucky to be alive after spending nearly ten hours in the woods. what police think may have happened after he crashed his car. american prisoners released. the agreement with iran and the connection to new england. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
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sean: and good morning, everybody. it is 6:00 on this sunday, january 17th, i'm sean mcdonald and the team told you it was coming and granite staters woke up to rain and snow, there were slick conditions out there for drivers. the question, will we see more snow today? we start off this morning with partly cloudy skies across the area. there are quite a few more clouds up north in a day that will be kind of in between systems. we have a clipper/arctic front making its way from the great lakes and that will kick in midnight tonight. thumbnail sketch for the state is a general one to three inches of accumulation out of that. ahead of that, the temperatures ranging from 26 to 36 and much colder air builds in behind that front. we have much more coming up in a
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>> all right, our other big story, gillet stadium was packed, and die-hard fans were going to tailgate. and how the fans would celebrate after the pivotal win. >> die-hard pats fans got here early, some tailgating by noon, hoping it would translate into a victory celebration later. boy, did it. >> fans exited the stadium, doing happy dancing, down right giddy after their playoff win against the chiefs. >> that was exciting and the offense got their act together, the defense came through with the big plays. >> they're the best in the nfl. >> as tom brady said, i didn't come this far to come this far. >> never give up ever, ever!
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>> let's go, baby! >> they did their job. and you could tell some were hurt here and there, but you could actually see they did their job, that's it, that's right. they did. >> time for the salem fans to tailgate on the back end, and celebrate with some homemade stew. >> we were loud, we were great, we were supportive. the team did what we were supposed to do. i'm happy. >> the hope now is that the steelers win on sunday so they can be back here in gillette to do it all again. >> in foxborough, jennifer crompton, news 9. sean: makes you hungry. they'll face either the broncos or steelers and jamie has more on the big win in the next half hour.
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state troopers said they found a man unconscious in the woods. james borneman was travelling when he alleged veered off the highway, struck a guardrail and crashed his car. ur kristen carosa has more on the search for borneman and what charges he may be face. >> state police investigated a rollover car and they only found a 2003 buick. >> and there was some blood inside. >> 49-year-old james borneman of springfield was driving southbound when he veered off the road striking a guardrail. at the time didn't know if he left the scene or if he was ejected from the car. officers checked with hospitals and family, but borneman could not be found. they returned to the scene hours later. >> that's when we pushed further
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located what appeared to be a-- someone had slid down the embankment and footprints along the river bankheaded northbound. kristen: they asked for assistance from the k-9 unit to track the missing person. the police used the k-9. >> crews walked up around the water and k-9 briggs spotted him under a tree. he was found unconscious ten hours after the crash. >> briggs found him before we did, he came up on him and pretty much put his nose to his face and it startled the guy and he sat up. >> they extended a ladder over
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>> getting the guy across the brook without having to get him back in the water. they did a great job. sean: borneman is taken to the hospital and is expected to be ok. borneman could face charges for drug possession, police are investigating. rochester police are investigated a suspected drunk driving crash, it happened at 3:45 friday march. they say that daniel boucher was in a crash. he was arrested for driving while intoxicated. rescuers continue to search for 12 marines including one from massachusetts who disappeared after two helicopters crashed in hawaii. they faced winds and waves as high as 30 feet. the marines were concerned when two helicopters failed to return from nighttime training commissions on thursday.
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debris off the coast of oahu. we spotted debris various shapes and sizes. marine corporal, i should say, chris orlando of massachusetts is one of those 12 marines. family and friends have taken to social media to pray for his safety. orlando is described as someone who loves the ocean. if someone could survive such a crash, it's him. tomorrow is martin luther king, jr. day. and governor hassan and senator kelly ayotte are speaking at the event tomorrow at 6:00 at manchester. new details released in the deadly attack in a cafe and hotel in africa. one of the people killed was an american. plus, a car crashes into a gas
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>> sunday morning, january 17th. extra clouds building from the west and a little bit of a breeze as we go between 26 and 36 which isn't far from where we are, currently from north to south. we have more details about the forecast arriving later tonight in a few minutes. sean: new details this morning, one of the people killed after an al-qaeda fighters attacked a hotel and cafe in africa is an american. the mother-in-law of american missionary michael riddering confirms he was killed in a the burkina faso attack. at least 28 people died in the attack.
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state of emergency in flint, michigan. the city's drinking water is contaminated with lead. the declaration by the president will direct federal funding to the area. fema has been ordered to provide filters and water to the city for 90 days. you can see a car tear through the front of a store. look at that. authorities blocked off the area until it was contained. the two people inside the car were taken to the hospital for treatment and police are still investigating what caused that driver to go right in. an amazing video, watch that right there. incredible. still to come, a minnesota man is moving that age is only a number. a simple act of kindness that's getting him a lot of attention. right now 6:12, a live look
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>> now, meteorologist kevin skarupa with your news 9 forecast. kevin: it's a messy today before a break. everyone in the region seeing the exact same kind of weather today as we're not looking for it to be fairly consistent. through the south in the afternoon, more clouds are
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it's that system to our west, it could be a quick one to three inches of accumulation with that. starting after midnight tonight and continuing through tomorrow morning before pulling away. once it goes to our east, we're going to set up with much colder winds starting out of the west tomorrow afternoon and gusting over 30 miles per hour. through wednesday with colder air coming in out of canada. you'll notice early this morning, partly cloudy sky across the area, a thicker cloud cover up in the north country, south of the white mountains, it's kind of a spotty cloudness across the region with at least partly cloudy skies otherwise. there is the next system and you can see it doesn't look that impressive right now, but it makes its way towards us and link up with moisture to the south and bring light snow into the area starting at midnight tonight. teens to mid 20's up north. upper 20's and lower 30's. a light breeze initially will start to pick up out of the west and northwest. you can see a few areas with
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per hour and i think that 5 to 10 miles per hour wind if you're going to be outdoors. that's at least through wednesday, much colder air with temperatures well below zero. while we likely won't get that cold. it will modify by the time it gets here. we're looking at a step back temperature-wise with highs between 26 and 36 with a northwesterly breeze by lightens up this afternoon ahead of the system. we see what's at play. the clouds will drift north and the front back out to the west, a quick moving clipper type system, with it occasional light snow after midnight and you'll notice when we stop this for you, light snow likely falling with temperatures below the freezing mark as this happens and there could be reduced visibility with this, a couple of snow squalls which should be to our east by the time we get to lunchtime and a couple much showers to the north country. winds will pick up tomorrow
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25 to 30 miles per hour. temperatures will start falling up north and really, we don't recover much, all the way through tuesday night. temperatures today hovering around in the upper 20's to mid 30's, again, a general one to three inches of accumulation and there may be slightly higher amounts through the terrains and the mountains. and one to three inches of snow and pars down more specifically than that because there are going to be much like thunder showers activity, just areas that see more than others. cold air rushes in tomorrow and is in all the way through wednesday and thursdayment it looks like a storm free week, the next system we would have to track would be sometime later friday night or saturday of next weekend. the snow is going to stick around with those cold temperatures. >> happy birthday to betty white, maury povich and first lady michelle obama.
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sean: a minnesota great grandfather is getting attention for a video of him helping out a number. the 101-year-old said he only wanted to help his neighbor shovel snow from his porch. kate has the story. >> i'm a little over 101. >> richard has learned a thing or two about work ethic. >> i was the boy and it was automatic for me to more or less do a man's job. i called it a man's job. >> after his father died when he was four, he took care of things around the house to help his mom, including shovelling snow. >> we always had four or five feet of snow for two or three weeks at a time. >> the job never got him much attention until now, nearly a century later. >> this is an inspiration to a lot of people to get up and get out and get something. >> a video showing richard
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has gone viral. richard's daughter showed him the video yesterday. >> the number i saw was 138,000 people has seen it. >> that's quite a number. >> that's a number. >> i wish i could-- >> richard says he was doing his neighbor a favor not expecting anything in return as he was taught growing up. >> i've always been active doing something. >> over the years, richard lost one wife to cancer, the other to alzheimer's and he has not lost his humor. his secret to a long, healthy life. >> clean living and wine, women and money (laughter) >> it's that humor, his work ethic and kindness that makes his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren proud. >> that's why i think people appreciated seeing the video of him, there's so much going on people are not kind to each
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having a successful and good life. >> i've had quite a life. >> and a great sense of humor, too, i love that guy. coming up next on news 9 this morning. lip balm lawsuit. the popular company sued for what their product alleged did to some customers' lips and
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there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders
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>> welcome back. this morning, the maker of a popular lip balm is facing a lawsuit. one woman m a bad reaction and she claims she's not alone. linzie janis has the story. >> it's touted by celebrities from miley cyrus to kim kardashian and britney spears proclaiming their love for the product eos, evolution of smooth. this morning, a proposed class action lawsuit by a woman alleging it's caused a person's lips to burn, flake, blistering. the lawsuit by rachel cronyn who claims after using the product
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>> within 48 hours my lips were extremely dry. >> she contacted eos who told her to seek medical attention. >> i couldn't fully open my mouth to eat because it would crack, i couldn't smile fully because it was crack and bleed. >> in the suit she claimed after posting pictures of her lips on facebook, there was a frenzy of responses of individuals with similar experiences. >> the next step will be to coallate those similar. >> and they tell we firmly believe this is without merit. our products are made with the highest quality ingredients and meet or exceed all safety and quality standards validated by rigorous testing. the health and welcome being of our customers is our top priority.
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lip balms and received 40 complaints. the suit alleges there are no warnings about the ingredient in the lip balm, ingredients the suit claims may cause potential side effects. but a dermatologists and medical experts say the ingredients in this lip balm are not unusual. >> you can't be certain the reactions are coming from the lip balm without further investigation. sean: if you're still using windows 8, it's time to upgrade. microsoft has ended support for the original release of its poorly received operating system. the company says all users should upgrade to windows 8.1 or windows 10. the end of support millions 50 million or so worldwide windows 8 users will no longer get updates to block viruses and hackers. initial reaction to windows 8 was mixed, and many with the start screen and interface. if you considered purchasing
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the subscription will drop from 99 to $73. stop fast the promotion ends today at noon time. only new customers can take advantage of the deal. the online retailer says it's celebrating two golden globe wins for one of its original shows "mozart in the jungle." . in the next half hour of news 9, a busy day on the campaign trail here in new hampshire. we'll tell, but that. plus, the roads conditions following yesterday's storm,
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no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. sean: good morning, time right now, 6:29 on this sunday. a live look outside at portsmouth right at the freezing mark.
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weather in a moment. but first our top stories on the half hour. driving conditions have improved this morning after yesterday's wintery weather. on saturday, state police miles per hour. officers responded to at least 55 cars off the road and accidents across the state. tonight is the final democratic debate before the new hampshire primary. they will take the stage in south carolina. plus, five americans have been released in a prisoner swap deal between u.s. and iran. among them, seven iranians will be agreed or charges will be dropped against them. we'll have more on those stories, but first we want to check with kevin skarupa. we've got more snow in the forecast, right? >> it certainly looks that way. a couple of systems tracking the next seven days. a break in between systems. and we have partial sunshine throughout the day today. we'll see clouds thicken from the south later on this
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this afternoon and into this evening as this front approaches and with that, light areas of snow and snow showers are a possibility starting either side of midnight tonight. temperatures are lower range of the 30's and not going up that much today. 26 to 36 with a much lighter wind out of the west is going to feel good with partial sunshine into the afternoon. we'll talk about the next snow chance and look through the work week with your forecast in a few minutes. >> thanks. now that the snow is gone, driving conditions have improved. denver, yeah, we got snow out there yesterday. snow is moving in as we talked about this morning. dot officials are taking a look how the roads conditions with during and after the storm. >> it may have been a snow start to winter, but saturday morning's icy, slushy mess made it feel real. >> to remind you that winter is here.
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and dropped her speed considerably when the storm hit. >> it's not pleasant at all. it's slippery and like driving on an ice rink. >> in fact, state police reduced highway speeds to 45 miles per hour and still, officers spent the morning responding to calls. at least 50 cars off the road and 45 accidents across the state. they were hard for drivers to miss. >> two accidents, three accidents, one, a couple of trucks and a couple of cars, spinning out. >> the roads is like worse and worse, saw a couple of cars on the side of the road. so it's not that good and i think it's getting worse. >> in portsmouth, enough snow piled up to declare a parking ban and others to take care of others working. >> salting and shovelling the sidewalks and making sure that everybody is safe. >> there were still some who
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>> because we can make snowmans. >> wmur, news 9. sean: it was good snowman making weather, right? state police say storms like this can get dangerous. the less snow there is the over confident, and drivers need to remember to slow down, especially tomorrow morning. in this morning's commitment 2016 coverage, tonight is the final democratic debate before the new hampshire primary and it's happening in the same state as last week's g.o.p. debate in south carolina. this time featuring martin o'malley and bernie sanders and hillary clinton. we'll give you the coverage of the debate and debate highlights. hopefuls are taking to the granite state. republican front runner donald trump made stops, and hosted by senator scott brown. and hundreds hoped to hear the
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and trump continued to attack his chief opponent senator ted cruz. >> a lot of people do not like ted to put it mildly and am i the only person that thinks he's a nice guy. as it turned out he finally went off the wagon a little bit and went a little crazy. sean: brown says he will be endorsing someone for president, but it wasn't about until after the presidential town hall event. republican presidential candidate jeb bush made several stops across amherst and he talked about the capture of el chapo and the addiction crisis. >> this guy is poisoning our children and our-- i mean, poisoning people here so we need to be vigilant on the border to make sure that drugs don't come across. sean: bush defended his foreign
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zone over syria and spoke about the hostages released from iran. and g.o.p. hopeful rand paul week with supporters at a pizza shop. the senator from kentucky chose to not take part in the undercard debate and instead reached 7 million vote,through national tv appearances and through online forums and paul says there's no place for donald trump in the g.o.p. >> i think the rhetoric that's divisive coming from donald trump is not good for the party or good for the country really, better-- >> and paul made a brief stop in concord and held a town meeting in hanover before headed to a watch party. this picture is from a town hall
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derry and fiorina made stops in raymond and bowe as well. john kasich is set to attend a town hall in lebanon. yesterday he spoke at dixville notch and some of the votes in the first in the nation primary are cast. people trudged through heavy snow in the balsams and listened to the governor. >> new hampshire voters are coming out to the event because they're doing a civic duty. trying to vet the candidates and questions. that's good for the other 49 states. sean: despite how important many believe the primary is to the state and democracy, there are ongoing threats to remove the granite state's first in the nation ballot as we celebrate the 1 00 year anniversary. we take a look back at the rich
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us this afternoon at 4 p.m. here on wmur or stream the show on m wmur.com or our mobile app. five americans have been released in a prisoner swap between between the u.s. and iran and seven iranians will be freed or charges dropped against them. richard cantu has the report. iran. within hours, international inspectors said they kept their part of the deal, ending the embargo. >> the united states and the eu will immediately lift nuclear related sanctions. >> secretary of state john kerry insisted this was not a quid pro quo.
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negotiations were not directly related-- >> he claims the nuclear post bureau chief was convicted of espionage in the court, and a pastor organizing home churches in iran and spending time in the notorious prison where they were subjected to beating, solitary confinement and psychological abuse. and a student was released who was arrest add few months ago. in exchange, the u.s. dropped charges against seven iranians along with arrest warrants against 14 other ai iranians, but it does not include a fbi agent. his fate is unknown. >> on that note, we learned that
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from hingham, massachusetts. he was held in prison for 40 days. his mother confirms he's out of iran and said, quote, we are profoundly grateful to all those who worked for his release. and also on saturday, the u.n. atommic agency says that iran met its part of the deal from july. and can regain 100 billion in frozen assets. following the announcement, senator jeanne shaheen released this statement saying, quote, i supported the nuclear deal with iran because i believe it's the best way to prevent iran from developing a nuclear weapon. she went on to say, we should do all we can to assure and vigorously follow the agreement. jamie staton will show us sports. >> before the next one arrives
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about that and your work week coming up. >> in new hampshire businesses, there's a ranking out in the most i 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. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan --
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close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders
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>> welcome to new hampshire, i'm fred kocher. there are innovative states in the country, massachusetts number one, california number two, new hampshire is number 12, not bad. the rankings are based on six metrics and here they are. shows how new hampshire fares number 9, productivity number 3, employment number 13, technology, engineering and math. science number 14, and i know
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and innovation in new hampshire very well. matt cookson developments of the council. >> thank you, fred. >> and the international group and high-tech council in new hampshire, nice to have you. internet society, what is that? >> we're international nonprofit and the internet is for everyone. sean: all right. now, matt, those graphics that we just looked at, those metrics and that we just looked at. in particular, that high-tech density, number four, we've been in that ballpark for many years, that means we have a lot of tech, right? >> correct. we actually have about 33% more in tech in new hampshire per average. we've benefitted for years off being the proximity to massachusetts and grown a lot of companies and attracted a lot of
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have smaller companies, typically in our tech sector, but a vibrant tech sector internationally. >> what was your reaction to the rankings? you know the state pretty well. >> yeah, i think it was exciting, but not surprising. new hampshire traditionally ranked in the top 20% in tech surveys and generally done very well in the middle of the pack in new england. what is particularly exciting though is the movement from 19th place a year ago to 12th place this year. i think that's a real testament to the people, to the businesses, to the academic situations. >> what caused that move from 19 to 12, matt? >> i think there are several factors, fred. historically we have been a go-to state for people who want to work in tech.
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highly educated state. there's-- we have some really cool growing companies in the state and, you know, it's a culture, but it's a culture that we need to keep fueling. >> yeah, we did well in research and development and we did well in high-tech density, the number of employees in tech. system employment and science and engineers, but productivity was at 33. number 33. that's still a problem and that usually means the efficiency of the production of goods and services, so what's going on there? >> i think that a large part of that is because so many new hampshire workers commute to massachusetts so new hampshire doesn't benefit from the new hampshire workers who happen to be working out of mass. >> and bloomberg didn't notice that or maybe they did. >> i think they did. >> and again, the same question. >> the same question, so what i would say is that actually even
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in that category, it's probably a good thing because it shows that people want to live here. >> want to live here. >> now, stem, the science, technology, and that's pretty good. >> it is. we have got a lot going on in this state on stem employment and stem education, it's beginning to pay off. >> it is, and we have a ways to go. the 18 ranking is good, but we recognize that students who go into stem don't necessarily stay in stem and so we want to make sure that we continue to do more. >> real quick, in 10 seconds, what aren't we doing? >> we're leaving a lot of jobs on the table. >> what kind of jobs. >> high quality that pay six figures. >> all too short, but we made the point. thanks.
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internet society and tech in new hampshire. >> thank you very much. >> if you want to look at the numbers again and how well new hampshire is doing, go to wmur.com and click on news and click on project economy. now, meteorologist kevin skarupa with your storm watch 9 forecast. kevin: system moving through yesterday and yesterday afternoon, the sun starting to break out in spots. a beautiful look atop the rock pile this morning. temperatures 3 degrees there. winds gusting over 50 miles per hour with a wind chill of 26 below zero. yes, there are some clouds, but certainly some breaks in the overcast like in the northeast kingdom of vermont. so like in a lot of areas there's sunshine and adding clouds from a couple of different directions. a system passing well to the southeast, starting spreading high and mid level clouds. out to the west, a front approaches and with that areas
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activity during the late evening. a northwesterly breeze. >> pretty nice day if you're in the middle of your three-day weekend, light snow will start developing after midnight tonight and through tomorrow morning, the possibility, the only drama is centered around the morning commute tomorrow and possibility of lower visibility snow squalls. between now and likely friday afternoon, that's our only snag here. from the colder wind setup. the colder air rushing out of canada and partly cloudy skies across the area early this morning, a little bit of a breeze out of the northwest which will continue to pick up 5 to 15 miles per hour into the afternoon. system that you see down through the mid atlantic will be passing to the southeast and spreading more high clouds through the day. all the way, this front inches closer and starts to arrive after midnight tonight. temperatures are going anywhere from the upper range of the
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20's to near 30 degree readings, depending where you have the clearer skies this morning and you have to bear in mind with temperatures below the freezing mark in all locations, may have some road refreeze, especially the melting this afternoon with temperatures a couple of degrees above freezing for several hours, we'll look for temperatures today to go from the upper range of the 20's to mid 30's and that breeze through the afternoon before clouds drift in from the south later on this afternoon and thicken up with areas of light snow pushing from the west overnight. scattered areas of light snow, developing after midnight tonight and probably through lunchtime tomorrow will produce a chance f one to three inches of accumulation. the three likely in the few visibilities and squalls that amount of time. colder winds tomorrow afternoon ap we'll be around through the day on wednesday with partial sunshine and high temperatures in the teens, to lower range of the 20's.
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low and mid 30's. lightens up later this evening as the snow develops after midnight and will be around through the morning hours tomorrow centered around the morning commute. a quick one to three inches of snow is a possibility. scattered around no one particular location than another. and a cold air comes in on the wind around through thursday and even into friday and storm free through the week and the next system tracking friday night to saturday of next week. >> could be a tough morning commute. a lot of kids are off for martin luther king day. >> that's true. 6:51, here is an update on the top stories. state troopers said they found a man unconscious in the woods ten hours after he crashed his car. police are investigating whether the man fled from the scene or
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rescue searchers for 12 missing marines after a helicopter crash. a man from hingham is among them. >> now, news 9 sports. >> all three boston sports teams were in action last night. all three came up with wins. that's a good saturday night for the home town teams. afc divisional playoffs against the chiefs and he had the weapons back and looking good on the opening drive and caught an eight-yard pass. pan pan pan-- he would score the next play, a quarterback sneak. pats led at the half. a critical turnover by the chiefs, starting the third quarter. chandler jones knocked away from davis and hightower recovered. patriots turned that into a touchdown and patriots win 27-20 going to the afc championship
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the bruins a tight one with the toronto maple leafs, tied at one. 2-1 boston. marchand with a great backhander and that's it, bruins win 3-2. and the celtics, also able to inwith, they were at the washington wizards, this was a tight one. isaiah thomas steps up, knocks down a three and we'll see avery bradley with a three, celtics win 119-117. a great saturday in boston sports. sean: all right. jamie, thanks. still to come, who doesn't love baby animals. a farm in virginia needs help caring for their new kids. what it requires. holly, the eight week old puppy just experienced her first snow. no doubt she enjoyed that. you can submit your pictures and
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u local members by she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you.
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job in the world. i'm hillary clinton and
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>> i'm going to pose a question and the answer is yes. have you wondered what your dog has been doing all day? now there's an app to show you how much activity your four-legged four-legged friend gets.
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like a bow tie attached to the collar, breed, age, weight and tells you how much activity your pooch should get each day. the wonder woof app is available on apple and android devices. the wonder meow didn't come out, mine is on the couch. sean: litter box, couch, litter box, couch. kevin: a farm in virginia is looking for goat snugglers. sean: they're expecting 90 new newborn goats. they have ton bottle fed four times a day and they must be kept warm. kevin: so you're not kidding about this? >> you got my goat. we need a live audience here, crickets. we're looking at fairly quiet conditions. snow overnight tonight and tomorrow morning.
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wednesday and fairer skies through friday. sean: could be a tricky commute. stay tuned on that one. the news continues at the top of the hour with today's top stories. another big night for the patriots and show you how fans celebrated last night's big win. a man crashes his vehicle and
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there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders
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>> they're the best in the nfl. >> now on news 9, a big night for the patriots. how fans celebrated after a pivotal win. sean: . kevin: partial sunshine and when it arrives with futurecast. sean: a man is lucky to be alive after ten hours in the woods. what police think may have happened after he crashed his car. american prisoners released. the agreement with iran and the connection to new england. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. sean: welcome back, everybody, good morning, right now it's 7:00 on a sunday, january 17th. our storm watch team told you it was coming and granite staters weak up to snow, large flakes from the sky.
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for drivers out there. the question will we see more today? >> we're in between conditions and that means partial sunshine. if you're in the middle of your long holiday weekend. a fairly light wind and will continue to pick up out of the northwest for a bit and it won't be overbearing into the afternoon. as i mentioned. we're facing increasing clouds later this afternoon and it will mean some light snow for quite a bit of the area overnight tonight and tomorrow morning. temperatures are going to work their way back anywhere between 26 and 36 this afternoon with a blend of sunshine and clouds through the day before more clouds start in tomorrow night. we'll talk about the two systems in the seven-day forecast in a few minutes. sean: all right, kevin, thanks. begin let stadium was packed full of patriot fans.
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and jennifer crompton was there and showed how fans celebrated after the pivotal win. >> die-hard fans got here early some tailgating by noon hoping their excitement would translate into a victory celebration later and boy, did it. >> fans exited the stadium doing happy dances, downright giddy to share their feelings about the playoff win against the chiefs. >> wow, that was an exciting game and the guys came through. the defense came through with the big plays, it was a great game. >> they're the best in the nfl. >> as tom brady said, i didn't woo! >> never give up ever, ever, why. >> let's go, baby! >> they did their job. you could tell some were a little hurt here and there, but you could see they did their
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>> and time to tailgate on the back end. victory with some. >> it was the fans, we rocked the house tonight. we're loud, we're great, we're supportive and the team did what they had to do, we won, we did our job, that's it and i'm happy. >> the hope now is that the steelers win on sunday so they can be back here at gillette next week to do it all again. jennifer crompton, wmur news 9. sean: we'll find out today. the patriots will face the steelers or broncos next weekend. jamie staton will have more on the big win in the next half hour. to a story we brought you first yesterday on news 9, state troopers said they found a man unconscious in the woods in enfield ten hours after he
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jamie borneman ran off the road, struck a guardrail and crashed his car. the details on the search for borneman and the charges he could be facing. >> state police responded to a rollover crash in enfield. when they arrived, all they found was a 2003 buick. >> we checked for the driver, there was some blood on the vehicle, no driver was located in the area. >> the trooper, janelle smith says the driver, 49-year-old james borneman of springfield was driving southbound when he drove off the road striking a guardrail. at the time the officers didn't know if he left the scene or if he was ejected from the car. officers checked with hospitals and family, but borneman could not be found. they returned to the scene hours later. >> that's when we pushed further northbound on the same side and located what appeared to be someone that slid down the embankment and footprints headed northbound.
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assistance from the k-9 unit to track the missing person. officer jonathan tracy and dog briggs were called in to help. >> we tracked the rich, it was ice and snow. >> police say that borneman walked through ice and snow and through a brook. walked up a ridge and when k-9 briggs spotted him under a tree. borneman was found unconscious around 4:30 a.m. in lebanon ten hours after the crash. >> briggs found him before we did. he came right up on me and pretty much put his nose to his face and it startled the guy and he sat up a little bit. >> the hanover fire department provided immediate assistance extending a ladder over the safety. >> the fire department assisted us getting this guy cross that brook without having him get back in the water. did a great job.
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ok. speed may have been a factor in the crash. borneman could face charges for drug possession. police say 28-year-old daniel boucher hit a car trying to turn left and the impact caused one side. boucher was checked out at the hospital and arrested for driving while intoxicated. researchers continue to search for 12 marines including one from massachusetts after two helicopters crashed in hawaii. they faced waves as high as 30 feet during the search. marines became concerned when two helicopters failed to return from nighttime training missions. they spotted debris off the coast of oahu. >> it's been versus shapes and sizes. >> and marine corporal chris
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of those 12 marines. family and friends have taken to social media to pray for its safety and orlando is described as a surfer who loves the ocean. if anyone could is your vive such a crash, it's him. coming up on news 9 this morning, new details released in the deadly attack in a cafe in africa. one of the people killed was an american. plus, a car crashes into a gas station, narrowly missing a woman inside. that new day for america is responsible for the content of
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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 jobs. 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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>> it's sunday morning, january 17th, we're starting out 20's to near 30, edging up a couple of degrees. ahead of the next system arriving later this evening,
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in your forecast with futurecast coming up. sean: not a lot of ice out there. one of the people killed after al-qaeda fighters attacked a hotel and cafe in africa is an american. the mother-in-law of american missionary michael riddering confirms he was killed in the burkina faso attacks. at least 28 people died in that attack. the c.d.c. issued a travel warning urging pregnant women not to travel to mexico, puerto rico and central and south america, in those region the zika virus has been confirmed and now there are concerns it could spread here. a car crashed into a station, and nearly hit a woman inside
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authorities blocked it off until it was contained. two people were taken to the hospital for treatment and police are investigating what caused that dramatic accident. still to come this sunday, a minnesota man is proving that age is only a number. the simple act of kindness that's getting him a lot of attention. right now, it's 7:13, a live
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there are two democratic visions one says it's okay to take millions from big banks my plan -- break up the big banks, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders
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>> now meteorologist kevin skarupa with your forecast. kevin: we start off with a fairly quiet set of circumstances. partly cloudy skies, temperatures year 20 to 30 degrees. you should be fine through this evening. we get to the overnight stretch and tomorrow if you have that commute that's where things could get tricky. looking at lake winnipesaukee, we haven't had the ice-in, let alone an ice-out. these statistics go back to 1888 for official ice-outs in the spring. it's hard pressed to find those, but lake winnipesaukee around the coldest part of the year, yeah, a little bit of ice around
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but this week we're probably going three or four days without temperatures near the freezing mark. we have much colder air building in, pretty close to the averages this time of year. partial sunshine and getting back to 26 and 36, light snow from midnight to noon tomorrow, the that's the general time frame and general one to three inches of accumulation and the high tops more and locally more just due to a couple of snow squalls along that front. we'll show you that in a second. partly cloudy skies and if you're outdoors, it's a nice day for the winter sports enthusiasts and a northwesterly breeze, temperatures to lower 20's and 30's, going up from where we are now. the system passes to the southeast and that front approaches tomorrow morning and wedged in between and increasing clouds later on today. and three atop mount washington
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in the teens and 20's, elsewhere early on and high temperatures between 26 and 36, and the northwesterly breeze which will die off in the evening. the high clouds in the south and we're not expecting precipitation for that. we likely wait until after midnight to approach from the west and with that, scattered snow showers and areas of light snow, we stop this around 7:00 this morning, the arctic front itself coming through with the possibility of lower visibility snow squalls which could dump a quick inch of snow in 20 minutes. that will pull away late morning and afternoon and all the while the winds will start picking up and gusting over 30 miles per hour tomorrow afternoon. that wind will be around through tuesday and likely all the way through wednesday as the colder air comes in and again, we'll go through a large stretch of three or four days where temperatures leakly aren't going to get above the freezing mark. that system along the left coast is eventually the energy that would be our next system after the one that comes through later on tonight and early tomorrow.
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and mid 30's. look for a general increase in clouds with a northwesterly breeze. as far as snowfall amounts, general one to three inches of snow and a few spots that see a couple of snow squalls and a light coating to an inch and the shoreline as the actual front comes through. climatology averages, even though you have the january thaw this time of year, usually centered around the coldest time of year. highs in the 20's and lower single digits and storm-free after tomorrow. it's not solid ice on the big lake, very warm out there. a minnesota grandfather is getting attention for helping out a neighbor. >> the 101-year-old says he only wanted to help his neighbor shovel snow from his porch. >> i was born march 18th, 1914,
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>> richard mann has learned a thing or two about work ethic over his long life. >> i was the only boy and it was an automatic thing for me to more or less do the man's job, i call it a man's job. >> an of his father died when he was four. he took care of work around the house to help his single mom, including shovelling snow. >> we always had four or five feet of snow for two or three weeks at a time. >> the job never got him much attention until now, nearly a century later. >> and this is an inspiration to a lot of people to get up and get out and get something. >> a video showing richard shovelling his neighbor's snow has gone viral. richard's daughter showed him the video yesterday. >> the number i saw was 138,000 people have seen it. >> that's quite a number. >> that's a number, yeah. >> i wish i could cut the dollar. >> richard says he was just
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expecting anything in return as he was taught growing up. >> i've always been active, always doing something. >> over the years, richard lost one wife to cancer and the other to alzheimer's and he has not lost his humor. his secret to a long, healthy life. >> clean living and wine, women and money. >> it's that humor, his work ethic and kindness that makes his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren proud. >> that's why i think people appreciated seeing the video of him because there was so many things going on that people are not kind to each other, and kindness is the key to having a successful and good life. >> i've had quite a life. >> and he is doing great there. what a great sense of humor, right? coming up in the next half hour of news 9, lip balm lawsuit. the company that's sued for what
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>> welcome back, everybody. right now, 39 eversource customers are without power in merrimack near springfield circle and savannah way, they
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underground cable. the company does not have an estimate when it will be repaired, but crews are waiting scene. >> the makers of a popular lip balm is facing a potential lawsuit. one woman claims she had a bad reaction and she's not alone. >> it's the egg shaped lip balm touted and pouted by celebrities from miley cyrus to kim kardashian and britney spears proclaiming their love for the product eos, evolution of smooth. this morning, a proposed class action lawsuit by a woman alleging the product has caused consumers lips to crack, itch, burn, generate severe boiling and blistering. and the lawsuit brought by rachel who says after using it the first time she had a
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>> within 48 hours, my lips were extremely dry and irritated and flaking all around the outside. >> according to the lawsuit, she contacted eos who she says told her to seek medical attention. >> i couldn't open my mouth to eat because it was crack and couldn't smile fully because it was crack and bleed. >> after posting pictures of her lips on facebook, there was a frenzy of responses from individuals with similar experiences. >> the next step will be to coallate the people with similar situations, we're assembling that. >> eos says we firmly believe this is without merit. our products are quality and meet and exceed all standards, validated by rigorous testing. the health and welcome-- well-being is our top priority,
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million, and received 40 complaints, a rate of .004%. and ingredients in lip balm, medical experts say the ingredients are not unusual. >> you can't be certain that the reactions are coming from the lip balm without further investigation investigation. >> hooker er here is a look what's coming up. commitment 2016, another busy day on the campaign trail in new hampshire and plus the latest on the road conditions following yesterday's storms. officials have reminders for drivers out there and a live look outside the big lake as the
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
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sean: good morning, everybody, 7:29 on this sunday. i'm sean mcdonald. a live look at portsmouth. 31 degrees, mostly clear skies, snow is in the forecast, we'll talk about that, but first our top stories. driving conditions have improved after yesterday's wintery weather. state police reduced speeds to 45 miles per hour and they reported over 50 cars off the road and accidents across the state. tomorrow is the final debate before the new hampshire primary. carolina. a prisoner swap deal between iran and the u.s. and seven iranians will be freed or charges dropped against them: let's talk about weather, kevin, what have we got there. kevin: system yesterday and tomorrow, sunshine wedged in between.
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moves along one system passes out to the west and arrives with areas of light snow, snow showers and maybe even a brief squall. temperatures from the teens to the 30's, north to south and with a breeze out of the northwest. highs ranging from 26 to 36. from there, a chance of light snow earlier tomorrow and cold air rushes in on a strong wind through the first half of the work week. we'll have the details in a few minutes. >> a bit of a break. now that the snow has gone, driving conditions have improved. in hooksett, things you can see are moving along smoothly this morning. d.o.t. officials are checking roads and sanding slick spots though. and wmur takes a look how road conditions were during and after the storm. >> it may have been a slow start to winter, but the icy, slushy
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>> it's a reminder that winter is here. >> monique was driving up from boston to go skiing and dropped her speed considerably. >> it's like driving on an ice rink. >> in fact, state police reduced highway speeds to 45 miles per hour and still, officers spent the morning responding to calls. at least 50 cars off the road, and 45 accidents across the state. they were hard for drivers to miss. >> two accidents, three accidents, one, a couple of trucks and a couple of cars, spinning outs. >> the roads is getting like worse and worse, if you saw a couple of cars on the side of the road, like it's not as good and i think it's getting worse. >> in portsmouth, enough was there to call a parking ban and others were out working. >> salting and shovelling the
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everybody was safe. >> some found it delightful. >> because we can make snowmans. >> wmur, news 9. sean: yeah, that was good for making snowmans out there. >> state police say that storms like this can be dangerous. and drivers need to remember to slow down. in this morning's commitment 2016 coverage, tonight is the final democratic debate before the new hampshire primary and it's happening in the same state as last week's g.o.p. debate, this time featuring martin o'malley, bernie sanders and hillary clinton. tonight. ahead of the debate shall the three democratic candidates campaigned in south carolina. fry. they spoke the first in the
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democratic party. hopefuls ever taking to the granite state. republican front runner donald trump made stops in new hampshire yesterday and spoke where hundreds braved the snowy conditions and spoke at a dealership there. trump continued to attack his chief opponent, ted cruz. >> a lot of people do not like ted, am i the only person that thinks he's a nice guy. so, as it turned out he finally went off the wagon a little bit and went a little crazy. sean: brown says he will be endorsing someone for president, but it won't be until after next weekend's new hampshire g.o.p. presidential town hall event. republican presidential candidate jeb bush also made several stops across the state yesterday. the former florida governor hosted town halls in amherst and hampstead.
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of mexican drug lord el chapo. >> and it's poisoning our children and poisoning people here. so we need to be vigilant on the border to make sure drugs don't come across. spoke about the american hostages released from iran. former hp ceo carly fiorina was campaigning in the granite state. this picture is from a town hall from saturday morning in derry and made stops in raymond and bow. yesterday, kasich spoke at dixville notch where some of the first votes in the primary are cast at midnight. people trudged through the snow and backed the place to listen to the governor there. and campaigning for the primary
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the tradition is at stake as some try to bump new hampshire out of the first in the nation spot. wmur will era encore presentation of our look at primaries past and future and what it means to the granite state and the candidates. >> we give them the respect and go out of our way as voters, as residents, as members of the media to give them the opportunity to make their case in our living rooms, on our streets, in meeting rooms. >> tune in this afternoon on wmur first in the nation, 100 years of tradition and stream it on wmur.com or on our mobile app as well. within the last hour, five americans left iran in a prisoner swap deal between the u.s. and iran. seven iranians will be freed or charges dropped against them. >> five americans homeward bound
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to exchange prisoners were iran and within hours of the deal, international inspector certified that iran kept its part of a nuclear deal brokered by the united states ending years of embargo. >> in return for the steps that iran has taken, the united states and the eu will immediately lift nuclear related sanctions. >> secretary of state john kerry insisted this was not a quid pro quo. >> while the two tracks of negotiations were not directly related. >> claimed the nuclear diplomacy eased the way for the prisoner swap. the freed americans include jason rumsion convicted of espionage. a pastor imprisoned since july for organizing home churches in iran and all spent time at notorious evans prison where they were allegedly subjected to
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and psychological abuse. and two others were released including a student who was arrested a few months ago. in change, the u.s. dropped charges for several iranians issued by the u.s. against 14 other iranians, but does not include former fbi agent robert levinson who disappeared during a 2007 visit to iran. his fate is unknown. sean: you heard the name there. we've learned one of the americans released is from hingham, massachusetts. he went to a language program at tehran university and held in prison for 40 days and his mother confirms he's out of iran and says, quote, we're profoundly grateful to all of those who worked for his release. on saturday, an atommic agency says that iran met obligations under a nuclear deal reached back in july.
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iran can regain 100 billion in frozen assets. i supported a nuclear deal with iran because i believe it's the best way to prevent iran from creating a nuclear weapon. we'll do all we can to make sure it succeeds and that means vigorously enforcing the agreement. coming up next, the local family receives the gift of a lifetime. why a purple heart recipient says it's a step in the right direction. >> and we'll tell you who sees the snow and how much coming up.
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there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders
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>> welcome back, everybody. a u.s. army veteran and his family received the gift of a lifetime this week. a new home in manchester and their mortgage is 100% covered. the home was donated by the military warrior support
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bank of america, as wmur's heather hamel reports, the military man says it's a great step toward a bright future. >> rolling up in style, retired army sergeant trevor ledbetter and his family were home. >> through the military support foundation and bank of america, he's been given this house mortgage-free. >> it's a terrific feeling of pride in what we are as an organization to bring this and allow this to happen to a nice family. >> with the cameras there, the deserving family opened up the door, he's a purple heart recipient injured by an ied blast in 2009. despite that, he reenlisted a second time. >> their nine-month-old son was clearly at home following his
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practically speechless as he went room to room. >> the entire house was remodel and decorated with pictures of trevor during the military days, but the room that really struck an emotional cord with the whole family was the bedroom. >> the bedroom set was donated by jordan's furniture, for a couple who now sleeps on a few ton, it was-- >> i can't put it into words, we did not expect this much. >> trevor says when he got out of the military he was lost and direction. >> it didn't sink in until we got here. >> they're looking forward to a bright future. >> i just want to move in first and figure everything out. >> meteorologist kevin skarupa with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> certainly, a sloppy saturday out there yesterday.
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afternoon and set up a quiet evening for us. and otherwise, we're looking at temperatures which start the day in the 20's to lower 30's to eventually get back between 26 and 36 this afternoon. beautiful look atop mount washington. another look at mount washington from a completely different direction. it's a nice start to this winter day across the area with temperatures through the afternoon. getting a couple of degrees above the average. we are six degrees above normal for the month of january and of course, this follows up the warmest december on record and the fifth warmest november on record. we continue on with the milder temperatures and may not feel that way. we feel cold days this month and today hints that you're above average this time of year and even though it kind of feels seasonably chilly. light snow developing later on this evening, mainly after midnight. through tomorrow morning, a
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snow, and the colder air starts to rush in on a gusty wind thereafter. and there are a few spots with the occasional overcast. two systems will bring clouds in our direction, one sliding from the south will bring this bargaining of clouds in our direction as the day moves along and most of the moisture stays away from that. we won't avoid a system moving to the west and after midnight light snow trying to form with that. temperatures starting off from the 20's to near 30 degrees this morning. and a light breeze and notice it as your outdoors out of the northwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. and occasionally up to 10 to 15 miles per hour. and especially in the outdoors in the afternoon. 26 to 36. breeze out of the west start late in the day. you can see those starting to move in here on futurecast and
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this evening, anywhere after midnight. snow showers will push from the west and scattered around through midnight through lunchtime tomorrow. there will be a certain front coming through, let's say, anywhere after 4:00 or 5 a.m. through about 9:00 tomorrow morning. and once it moves through. there will be scattered showers and maybe a brief squall which will reduce visibility and give you a quick inch of snow. temperatures behind the start to fall late tomorrow afternoon, thanks to a west wind that brings in colder air through wednesday and wind abates on thursday and we'll moderate from there the end of the week. high temperatures, low and mid 30's. a light breeze, overcast skies later on this afternoon. looking at general one to three inches of accumulation from mid into it to noon tomorrow.
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one of those squalls which could be through the morning commutement and wednesday, lightning up on thursday and friday. the next system to track. sean: another storm to get the shovels out and not necessarily the snow blower. update the top stories, state troopers said they found a man from enfield after ten hours. they're trying to determine whether he left the scene or was ejected from the vehicle. >> two helicopters crashed in hawaii. marine corporal from hingham, massachusetts is among the missing. the democratic debate is the final one before the new hampshire primary.
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to the afc. the owning drive, they looked like the team that was there. brady led the pats on a 98 yard drive including a gutsy 10-yard run and led to his own quarterback sneak. turnovers critical in a playoff game. a big one to start the third quarter and it's chandler jones knocking the ball away from nile davis and it was recovered. jones later left with a right knee issue. >> brady 16 yards to gronk again chiefs. a win for the pats, 27-20, jason king has more from foxborough. >> who says you have to run the ball to be successful?
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two touchdowns against the chiefs and only ran the ball 14 times for 48 yards and had his guys back, rob gronkowski caught over 80 yards. and edleson caught ten passes for 100 yards. we definitely want to establish a run no matter what the plan is. we kept it in tom's hands and worked out. >> super chemistry, you can't go out there and all of a sudden, bam. you've got that play down. i've been with tom for a while now and definitely we try to work on new things all the time. >> the game comes down to balls, turnover ratio, third down and i think we may have went all three the percentage is like 97% if you win those, and if we take care of the ball we execute on third and we do well in the red area.
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>> so 27-20 was your final on saturday against the chiefs and sends the patriots to their fifth consecutive afc championship game. where they play next weekend will depend on the outcome of if the broncos win. the pats go west. if the steelers win, pats play at home one more time. in foxborough, jason king, wmur, news 9 sports. sean: thanks. garden. tied early, second period. patrice patrice patrice bergeron. and 3-2. and looked like they were getting shut out and they were down 2-0 late in the game and joey dimon scores and cut the lead in half and with 27 seconds ago, he saves the game and ties 2-2.
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of the year, the admirals win in overtime and norfolk wins the game, and unh hockey, they tried to avenge a loss on friday night. down 1-0 in the second period. the senior ties it up with a wrap around goal and the top line comes through. unh is struggling, the huskies a jail break, scored it 3-1 in the second. and marcus scored, third goal of the weekend, but four straight losses as northeastern wins big 6-2. the celtics, they won friday night, right back on the court last night against the washington wizards. isaiah thomas knocked it down and scored 32. avery bradley, gave the celtics 114en had 110 lead. he scored.
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crowder scored with just under four seconds to go. and he is so fast and gets to the rim and misses the lay-up. celtics win. and college football, ranked number 12 in the nation and had their hands full with a good southern connecticut game. he knocked down the three and led the team with 28. hitting a three coming up, but not enough, that stoughtonberg state wins 99-94. the same team in the women's game. st. a's, hawks and white. ap on the hill top, the st. a's women win. 16 points, 11 rebounds for johnson. that's a look at sports. have a great day. thank you. ahead on news 9 this morning. who doesn't love baby animals,
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>> right now, the exit 13 off ramp on the everett turnpike northbound in merrimack is closed due to a single vehicle accident. dispatchers say it should be open shortly though and a tow truck is on the scene. we're hearing of some slick spots. be careful as you head out the door. a farm in virginia is looking for goat snugglers. >> they're expecting 90 newborn
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they need volunteers to snuggle and feed them. they must be spent four times a day and kept warm. >> how do you put that on your tax form, a snugglers. >> they're paid volunteers. >> 26 to 36, only two systems on the seven day forecast, one could be light snow or a couple of quick inches centered around the morning commute. storm-free through friday, the exin system we'll track should be over next weekend. >> should be fun for the kids who have tomorrow off, martin luther king day. another big night for the patriots, we'll show you how fans celebrated last night's big win. also, a man crashes his vehicle
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>> they're the best team in the nfl! >> now on news 9, a big night for the patriots, how fans celebrated after last night's pivotal win. >> partial sunshine today as we're in between systems and we'll talk about the next chance of show and when it arrives with futurecast ahead. >> a man is lucky to be alive after spending nearly ten hours in the woods. what police think may have happened after he crashed his car. >> an american prisoner is released. the agreement with iran and the
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do, now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, everybody, 8:00 on this sunday, january 17th, i'm sean mcdonald. a lot of happy patriots fans, we'll talk about it in a minute. the storm watch weather team told you it was coming. granite staters woke up to rain and snow. it created some slick conditions for drivers out there. will we see more snow today? that's the question, and kevin skarupa joins us with that. >> partial sunshine as we're in between the two systems, one that came through yesterday and tonight. clouds in the distance, partial sunshine as we kick off the day, temperatures upper teens to mid and upper 20's. 30's in a few spots. it's a fairly pleasant day and clouds increase from the southwest as the system approaches from the west, and that eventually will lead us to our next chance for light snow
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it could be a quick, one, two, maybe three inches of snow tomorrow morning. all of that centered around the morning commute as the front comes through bringing changes for the week. we'll have the details in your forecast coming up in a bit. sean. >> thanks. gillette stadium on saturday, die-hard fans braved the wet weather to tailgate before the game. the patriots ended up beating the chiefs 27-20, jennifer crompton was there and shows us how fans celebrated after the pivotal win. >> die-hard pats fans got here early, some tailgating by noon, hoping their commitment would translate into a victory celebration later. boy, did it. >> fans exited the stadium doing happy dances, down right giddy it share their feelings about the playoff win against the chiefs. >> wow, that was an exciting game. the guys came through and the offense, they got the act
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through with the big plays, it's a big game. >> best team in the nfl. >> as tom brady said, i didn't come this far, to come this far. >> never give up ever, ever, they're always in it, that's why. >> let's go, baby! >> they did their job. you can tell some of them are hurt here and there, but you can see they did their job, that's right, they did. >> time for the salem fans to tailgate on the back end and celebrate some of the victory with the homemade stew. >> the fans, we rocked the house, we were supportive, the team won, we did our job, that's it. i'm happy! >> the hope now that the steelers win on sunday so they can be back here at gillette to do it all again. jennifer crompton, news 9.
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the patriots will face the steelers or broncos, and coming up in the next half hour. to a story we first brought you morning. >> state troopers say they found a man unconscious in the field in enfield ten hours after he crashed his car. he was travelling southbound on i-89 friday night when he allegedly veered off the highway, struck a guardrail and crashed his car. there was a search for more on what they're facing. >> state police respond to a rollover crash on friday night on interstate 89. when they arrived. all they found was a 2003 buick. >> we checked for the driver. there was some blood in the vehicle, but no driver was located in the area. >> trooper janelle smith says the driver, 49-year-old james borneman of springfield, was driving southbound when he veered off the road, striking a guardrail.
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know if he left the scene or if he was ejected from the car. officers checked with hospitals and family, but borneman could not be found. they returned to the scene hours later. >> that's when we pushed further northbound on the same side and located what appeared to be a-- someone had slid down the embankment and food prints northbound. >> they asked for assistance from the k-9 unit to track them. . we tracked up a ridge, it was ice and snow, it was tough terrain. they say that borneman walked through ice and snow and a fast moving brook. crews walked up through the water and briggs found him under a tree. he was found unconscious ten hours after the crash. >> briggs found him before we
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pretty much put his nose to his face and it startled the guillen a he sat up a little bit. >> ap the hanover fire department provided assistance to put a ladder over the brook to get him to safety. >> they were getting that guy across the brook without having to go back into the water, they did a great job. too. kristen carosa, wmur news 9. >> police say speed may have been a factor in the crash and borneman could face charges for drug possession, police are now investigating. rochester police are investigating a suspected drunk driving crash, that happened around 3:45 friday afternoon. police say 28-year-old daniel boucher hit a car that was trying to turn left. the impact caused one of the vehicles to roll on its side. the other driver was not injured. boucher was checked out at the hospital and arrested for driving while intoxicated. right now rescuers continue to search for 12 marines, including
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disappeared after helicopters crashed in hawaii. they faced strong winds and waves during the search. the marines became concerned when two helicopters failed to return from the nighttime training missions on thursday. the coast guard later spotted debris off the coast of oahu. >> we have' seen debris consistent with the military aircraft. it's been in various shapes and sizes. >> and chris orlando of massachusetts is one of the 12 marines marines. family and friends have taken to social media for safety. >> and his loved ones say if someone could surf vive it would be him. >> and there's national diversity and awareness council starts at 6:00 in manchester.
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at a deadly hotel and cafe in africa. one of the people killed was an
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>> it is sunday morning, january 17th. not a bad start to the day, a few upper teens in the north, we'll go up another five, six, seven degrees, and a good deal of sunshine this morning, but it's the trend of increasing clouds that brings us to the next trend this evening with futurecast coming up. >> kevin, thanks. new details this morning, one. people killed after an al-qaeda attack at a hotel and cafe in africa is an american. the mother-in-law of american missionary confirms he was killed in the burkino faso attack. he was volunteering at an orphans and women's crisis center.
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attack. >> president obama declared a state of emergency in flint, michigan. the drinking water is contaminated with lead. they will -- fema has been authorized to give filler cartridges to people for 90 days. >> a car nearly hit a woman inside it triggered a gas leak. two people were taken to the hospital for treatment. police are investigating what caused the car to enter that store. incredible video though. still to come, a minnesota man is proving that age is only a number. the simple act of kindness that is getting him a whole lot of attention. >> a live look outside, the sun shining on manchester.
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>> now, meteorologist kevin forecast. kevin: pretty nice day, temperatures dropped back into
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we'll go up 5 to 7 degrees from the levels we have now. northwesterly breeze 5 to 15 miles per hour through the afternoon. a good deal of sunshine through the morning, but clouds out there will start to increase and thicken as the day moves along ahead of the next system arriving later on tonight. weather headlines looks at partial sunshine. 26 to 36 for the daytime highs with the northwesterly breeze and the only system we contend with between now and friday comes through overnight tonight and tomorrow morning and if you have a morning commute to contend with tomorrow morning, this is one of those that could be tricky as you have snow showers, areas of light snow and maybe a brief squall or two around with lower visibility and an inch or two of snow coming out of that. much colder wind sets up tomorrow afternoon and temperatures may fall tomorrow afternoon from temperatures in the 20's to temperatures in the teens and then that wind stays with us until wednesday. partly cloudy skies across the area early this morning and what is a very nice start to the day for this time of year.
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to gather back out to our west as a system that will stay to our south and east, but this front will kind of push the clouds in our direction. sunshine this morning, increasing clouds into the afternoon, and then those clouds thicken this evening ahead of light snow pushing from the great lakes after midnight. temperatures, north of the southeastern areas of the state and there is a bit of a breezy out there today. sustained, 5 to 10 miles per hour and especially if you're out into the open areas in the afternoon. notice as we pan out, out in the northern plains, much colder air and that heads in our direction, probably not quite to the levels they're seeing there. air mass moderates by the time it gets here. colder air and cold wind coming along with it starting tomorrow afternoon. 36 with that northwesterly breeze and increase and thickening of clouds, anywhere after midnight. fair game for light snow and snow showers scattered about.
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through during the morning commute tomorrow. and again, snow showers, light snow, and a couple of brief squalls between 4:00 and 9:00 tomorrow morning, that moves to the east tomorrow afternoon, skies clear and wind picks up and colder air starts to rush in, that's around for the first half of the week before starting to settle down thereafter. general one to three inches of snow, not in one particular area as opposed to another. beyond that, we'll look for temperatures in the 20's, lows in the single digits above and below zero, eventually getting back closer to the averages by the end of the week and the next system after the one tomorrow, because there's always that next system. even though they haven't been big ones this year, would be possibly saturday. we'll track that. >> it's that time of year. and it's a tricky commute and this morning, we're hearing about slick spots. a minnesota great grandfather is getting attention for a video showing him helping out a neighbor. >> the 101-year-old says he only
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shovel snow from his porch. reporter kate raddatz has the story. i was born march 8th, 1914, that makes me a little over 101. >> richard mann learned a thing or two about work ethic over his long life. >> i was the only boy and it was an automatic thing for me to more or less do a man's job. >> after his father died when he was four, he took care of work around the house to take care of a single mom, including shovelling snow. >> we always had four or five feet of snow, i mean, for two or three weeks at a time. >> the job never got him much attention until now, nearly a century later. >> this is inspiration for a lot of people to get up and get out and get something. >> and a video went viral. his daughter showed him the video yesterday. >> the number i saw was 138,000
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>> that's quite a number. >> that's a number, yeah. >> i wish i could-- >> he was helping his favor not expecting anything in return as he was taught growing up. >> i've always been active, doing something. >> over the years, richard lost one life to cancer. the other to alzheimer's. he has not lost his humor. his secret to a long, healthy life. >> clean living and wine, women and money. [laughter] >> it's that humor, his work ethic and kindness that makes his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren proud. that's why i think people appreciated seeing the video of him because there were so many things going on that were not-- people are not being kind to each other and kindness is the key to having a successful and good life. >> that's why i've had quite a life.
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collect a dollar for each view. this morning, lip balm lawsuit, the popular company being sued for what their product alleged did to some customers' lips. then in the next half hour of news 9 this morning, american prisoners freed.
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>> severe weather in florida left two adults dead and four children injured. details on the victims and
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was not immediately known. sarasota county officials count damage to multiple homes. one hope was -- home was destroyed and the woman pulled from the wreckage. a lip balm lawsuit, a woman says she had a bad reaction and she claims she's not alone. >> it's the egg-shaped lip balm touted and pouted. from miley cyrus to kim kardashian and britney spears proclaiming their love for the product eos, evolution of
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and she she made it cracked, and blistered and boiled. >> she claimed she had a negative reaction. >> within 48 hours my lips were flaking, she contacted them and they said to seek medical attention. >> i couldn't eat because my mouth would crack and couldn't smile fully because it would crack and bleed. in the suit, after posting this on facebook, there were a flurry of responses. >> the next step to get those together. >> eos says we firmly believe this is without merit. our products are made with the highest quality ingredients and meet or exceed all safety and quality standardsle have a dated by rigorous testing. the health of well-being of our
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adding they so sold several million lip balms in the u.s., receiving 40 complaints, .0 -- they came that the ingredients could cause side effects. medical experts say that the ingredients in the lip balm are not unusual. >> you can't be certain that the reactions are coming from the lip balm without further investigation. >> here is a look what's coming up in news 9 this morning. commitment 2016. it was another busy day on the campaign trail in new hampshire. we have some highlights. yesterday's storm officials, they have reminders for drivers out there. a live look at meredith, a beautiful sunrise.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. sean: good morning, everybody, time right now is 8:28. i'm sean mcdonald. a live look outside in portsmouth. the sun is shining, a beautiful day out there. but this is the break before more snow. kevin will talk weather in a moment. first, our top stories in the half hour. driving conditions have improved after yesterday's wintery weather. on saturday, state police reduced speeds to 45 miles per hour. officers responded to at least 50 cars off the road and 45 accidents across the state. tonight is the final democratic debate before the primary. it will take place in south carolina. a prisoner stop wap between u.s. and iran. and seven will have charges dropped against them.
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meteorologist kevin skarupa. kevin: we're looking for a good day out there. temperatures not bad to talk. when we get into the afternoon, clouds increase ahead of the next system. we have two systems, one well to our south. it will start spreading high clouds in our direction and thicker cloud cover back to the west and the great lakes approaches late this afternoon and this evening. anywhere after midnight tonight. that will be a possibility through the commute tomorrow. temperatures upper teens to lower 30's, north to south and a noticeable. and light snow later tonight and tomorrow and cold air starts to settle in. we'll have the details coming in few minutes. sean: thanks, now that the snow has gone, driving conditions improved. you're taking a live look at 93 in hooksett where things are moving smoothly. they're checking out roads and sanding slick spots. we've heard of some slick spots
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we take a look how road the storm. >> it may have been a slow start to winter, saturday morning's icy, slushy mess makes it feel real. is here. >> she dropped her speed significantly when the storm hit. >> it's snowy and slippery and like driving on an ice rink. >> speeds were reduced down to 45 miles per hour and officers were responding to calls. 50 cars off the road and 45 accidents across the state. they were hard for drivers to miss. >> two accidents, three accidents, one, a couple of trucks, and a couple of cars, spinning out. >> the roads is getting like worse and worse. like saw a couple of cars right on the side of the road, so like it's not that good and i think it's getting worse. >> in portsmouth, enough snow
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ban, while the snow had drivers taking care and others out working. >> salting and shovelling the sidewalks and making sure that everybody is safe. >> there are some who found it delightful. >> because we can make snowmans. >> wmur, news 9. sean: it was good weather for that. state police say storms like this can get dangerous and the less snow there is, the more overconfident drivers can get. drivers need to remember to slow down. in this morning's committee 2016 coverage, tonight is the final democratic debate before the new hampshire primary and it's happening in the same state as last week's g.o.p. debate in south carolina. this time featuring bernie sanders and hillary clinton. we'll give you the debate highlights tonight on news 9. ahead of tonight's debate. the three democratic candidates
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hillary clinton, martin o'malley attended a fish fry and before that, the three candidates spoke at the first in the south dinner hosted by the democratic party. presidential hopefuls are talking or taking to the granite state as the primary quickly approaches. republican front runnerdown made stops in new hampshire yesterday. he was hosted by senator scott brown where hundreds braved the conditions to hear the g.o.p. hofeful speak at a g.o.p. dealership. and trump continued to attack his chief opponent senator ted cruz. >> a lot of people do not like ted to put it mildly. and i kept saying, what, am i the only person that thinks he's a nice guy? as it turns out, he finally went off a wagon a little bit and went a little crazy. sean: brown says he'll be endorsing someone for president, but it won't be until after the
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republican candidate jeb bush made stops across florida in amherst and hampstead. and he spoke about the recapture of mexican drug lord el chapo and the addiction problem. >> this guy is poisoning our children and-- poisoning people here. we need to be vigilant on the border to make sure drugs don't come across. sean: he spoke about the hostages released from iran. rapid paul sent a saturday meeting with voters across the state and spoke with a few dozen supporters at a pizza shop. he chose not to take part in the undercard debate, instead he says he reached 7 million voters through national tv appearances and online forums. paul says there's no place for donald trump in the g.o.p.
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donald trump is divisive not good for the party or the country really. i've been saying for two years we need a bigger, better, bolden republican party and we shouldn't give up on what we believe. >> they were headed to hanover before heading to a patriots party in concord. >> carly fiorina was back campaigning in the granite state. this picture from from a town hall in derry and fiorina made stops in raymond and bow. john kasich is set to attend a town hall in lebanon and yesterday spoke in dixville notch where some of the first votes in the primary are cast at midnight. and people packed the room to listen to the governor there. the new hampshire primary, the threat of this being the last true first in the nation primary is real. this afternoon, watch an encore
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at the history of the primary in the granite state and why the tradition is so important to maintain going forward. there's a reason why the kentucky derby is in kentucky. there's a reason the rose bowl is where it is. there's a reason why cultural events are where they are and it's the same reason that new hampshire has the primary. it's here because its birth was here. sean: tune in this afternoon at wmur first in the nation 100 years of tradition and stream it on wmur.com or our mobile app as well. five americans have been released in a prisoner swap deal between the u.s. and iran and seven iranians will be freed or charges will be dropped against them. abc's richard cantu has more on the prisoner release. >> five americans homeward bound after a controversial agreement
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within hours of the deal, international inspectors certified that iran had kept its part of a nuclear deal brokered by the united states, ending years of economic embargoes. >> in return for the steps that iran has taken, the united states and the eu will sanctions. >> secretary of state john kerry insisted this was not a quid pro quo. >> while the two tracks of related. >> claimed the nuclear diplomacy eased the way for the prisoner swap and included jason, who was convicted of espionage, a pastor who was charged with organizing religion in homes in iran. and they were subjected to beatings, solitary confinement
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>> and two others released including a student matthew tref chuck. and it does not include former fbi agent robert levinson who disappeared during a 2007 visit to iran. his fate is unknown. sean:s you heard we learned this morning one of the americans released is from hingham, massachusetts. matt tref nick. he was held in prison for 40 days and his mother confirms he's out of iran and we're profoundly grateful for those who worked for his release. iran had met obligations under a nuclear deal in july.
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they can have control of the $100 billion in assets. i supported this saying, going forward, we should do all we can to ensure this deal succeeds that means vigorously enforcing the agreement. stay with us. next, the patriots win was big, but the boston teams had a great saturday night. and jamie staton will show us in sports. >> a lot of areas will be seeing sunshine, but a system arrives later on tonight. we'll have the details. coming up in new hampshire business, there's a new for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me?
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by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders
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>> welcome to new hampshire's business, i'm fred kocher. bloomberg news is out with rankings on the most innovative states in the country. here they are, new hampshire is included. massachusetts number one, california number two, washington number three, new jersey number four, connecticut number five and new hampshire number 12 not bad. the rankings are based on six metrics and shows how new hampshire fares in each one. new hampshire number nine in research and development intensity. productivity 33, high-tech density number 4. pretty good. stem employment, number 18, science, technology, engineering and math and science and engineering degrees number 14 and patent activity number 17 which surprised me.
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people who know the tech sector and innovation in new hampshire pretty well. they are mat cookson, executive council. >> thank you. sean: and terrell collison senior director of the internet society an international group and vice-chairman. high-tech council here in new hampshire, welcome. >> thanks, fred. >> isn't society, what's that quick? >> we're nonprofit, that the internet is for everyone. >> all right, now, matt, those graphics that we just looked at. those metrics that we just looked at, in particular, the high-tech density, number four, we've been in that ballpark for many years. that means we have a lot of employees per population in tech, right? >> correct. we have actually have about 30% more in tech, so we've benefitted for years off being
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we've grown a lot of companies and we've attracted a lot of workers here historically and we have smaller companies, typically, in our tech sector, but a very vibrant tech sector overall nationally. >> what was your reaction to? >> i thought it was exciting, but not surprising. new hampshire has ranked 20% in tech surveys and generally done very well in the middle of the pack in new england. what is particularly exciting though is the movement from 19th police a year ago to 12th place this year. so i think that's a real testament to the people, to the businesses, to the academic institutions and the overall eco system in new hampshire. >> what caused that move from 19 to 12, matt? what's the key to that? >> i think there are several factors, fred. i think that historically we've been a go-to state for people
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we have a solid foundation, we're a highly educated state. we have some cool growing companies in the state. it's a culture, but a culture that we need to keep fueling. >> we did well in research and development, did well in high-tech density, number of employees, in tech, stem employment, science and engineering degrees and patent activity which really surprised me, but productivity was 33, number 33. that's still a problem and usually means the efficiency of production of goods and services. what's going on there? >> i think that a large part of that is because they come to massachusetts. new hampshire doesn't benefit from those who are working out at mass. >> bloomberg didn't notice that or maybe they did. >> i think they did.
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>> again the same question. . >> the same question, actually even though we had a lower rating. it's a good thing because it shows people want to live here. >> stem, science and technology, engineering, matt employment number 18. that's pretty good, isn't it? >> that is. >> it is. >> i mean, what, we have got a lot going on the state on stem employment and stem education, it's beginning to pay off. to go. the 18 ranking is good, but we also recognize that students who go into stem don't necessarily stay in stem, and so, we want to make sure that we continue to do more. >> real quick, in ten seconds, what aren't we doing that we need to be doing? >> we're leaving a lot of jobs open on the table now. >> a lot of jobs, how many? >> jobs that pay six figures. >> too short, but we made the
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the senior director of the isn't no site. . >> thanks. >> if you want to know how well new hampshire is doing, go to wmur.com, click on news and click on economy. >> kevin skarupa with your news 9 forecast. kevin: a sloppy day, at least to start. road refreeze with temperatures overnight. the roads could be slick. we'll start with sunshine and you'll notice quite a few high clouds across the region and those will eventually increase and thicken as the day moves along, setting up later on this evening, a chance of light snow across the area. this is different from the last one passing to the southeast. we have a similar type storm system that's passing farther to the southeast, later on tonight
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clouds that come out ahead of that will continue to be pushed in by a, a particular front out to the west. the cold air and state wide through minnesota this morning are below zero. the colder air comes behind the system. we're in the 20 near 30 degrees. still some teens and the more we go, the sheltered valleys are holding on. not a bad start and the breeze out there, only 5 to 10 miles per hour and will pick up 10 to 15 miles per hour in the afternoon. high temperatures ranging from 26 to 36, with that northwesterly breeze that starts to die down. you notice the increase in the clouds from the south and then eventually from the west later on today. temperatures will be allowed to respond 5 to 7 degrees before those thicken up. light snow, snow showers, will start to develop across the area and could have a light coating
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you'll notice certain front poised to our west and looks to move through the state about 4:00 and 9:00 tomorrow morning, timing of which sets up during the height of the morning commute this morning. this means reduced visibility is a visibility, not state-wide, but in certain places that they set up and likely during the morning commute tomorrow. once it goes by, the wind pick up and temperatures actually start to fall off. by the time we get just beyond the evening commute, temperatures will be down into the teens after highs in the 20's, so temperatures will start falling, still a couple of snow showers up in the north country and temperatures continue to fall from there. the coldest air mass of the week continues to filter in later on tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night will be around along with pretty strong winds. gusts tomorrow afternoon, 30 miles per hour. and that will continue through tomorrow night. likely tuesday and possibly all the way through the day on wednesday as the flow comes out of canada. high temperatures mainly going
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the north country to lower and mid 20's in southern spots. we'll start to moderate at the end of the week as the winds start to relax on thursday and this system and its energy moves across the southern united at us. as far as snowfall totals. difficult to pinpoint one particular town over another and who is going to see the heaviest snow squalls. scattered showers are a possibility at any point after midnight through lunchtime tomorrow and a general light coating to a few inches is a possibility, certainly up into the lower evaluations and the potential for a little more out squalls come through. and the winds pick up tomorrow afternoon and the temperatures start to fall off later in the day and you'll notice lows, single digits above and below zero, highs through thursday. by thursday, that wind will have started tomorrow afternoon, finally abates and quiet conditions for the end of the
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could morning, all eyes on the next system five days away, slated slated. sean: it's tough tomorrow morning, it's cold. kevin: cold. stories. state police found a man unconscious in the woods in enfield ten hours after he crashed his car. police were investigating whether he fled from the scene or ejected from the vehicle. and the search for 12 marines after two helicopters crashed in hawaii. chris orlando is one of the missing. and the democratic debate is the final one before the new hampshire primary. >> all three boston sports teams were in action. and all three had wins. that's good news for the guys. tom brady had his weapons back. gronk looked good on the opening
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caught an eight-yard touchdown pass. it was 7-0 after a field goal. a gutsy move and he would almost get in. then the quarterback sneak. they got a critical turn over by the chief. jones knocked it away from davis and hightower recovered, they were able to turn that into a touchdown, gronk caught the pass. they're going to the afc championship for the fifth year in a row. >> and maple leafs at t.d. gardens. 39 seconds into the second. patrice bergeron got a goal on the game. it was 2-1 boston. and marchand with a great backhander, the bruins win.
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a tight one. isaiah thomas steps up and knocks down a three and bradley with a three as well. the celtics win. >> 119-117. >> thanks, who doesn't love baby animals? a farm in virginia needs help caring for their new kids. what the adorable job requires. >> time for the shot, holly experienced her first snow. looks like a good time.
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>> here is a question you probably have thought about. have you ever wondered what your dog does while you're at work all day? there's now an app that tells you how much activity and rest your four-legged friend gets. >> it's called wonder woof. it attaches to the bow tie to the dog's collar. >> why the bow tie? you put in the breed, age and weight and how much activity the dog should get each day. the wonder woof is available on apple and droid devices. >> i can see the use for this. intently. >> and the dog is like, get that off of me. sean: a farm in virginia is looking for goat snugglers. >> no joke.
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goats by february, it looks for warm. sean: i'd love to see the job interviews. what do you ask. are you good at snuggling? >> what makes you qualified? journalistic questions. 26 to 36 today. a little bit of light snow tonight and tomorrow morning, could be a quick, one to three you will. sean: and watch out for slick spots out there. good morning america is next and
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there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care and provide universal will they like me? will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders
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