tv News 9 at Six ABC January 17, 2016 6:00pm-6:30pm EST
adam: right now at 6:00, a hampstead town official is apologizing after he described a school shooting scenario during a budget meeting. mike: flurries and squalls on the way starting later tonight and those will signal the start of a cold week across new hampshire. a timeline ahead. >> it' s the ice that is the major concern at this point. stephanie a warm start to the : winter is hurting businesses that rely on cold temperatures. what events are being forced to cancel. >> today for the very first time in 20 years, i heard my brother' s voice. adam: a homeless man reunited with his family tonight thanks to some help on social media.
together. announcer: no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at 6:00. adam: right now snow is on the , way to new hampshire. and snow squalls could slow down the monday morning commute for t have the holiday off. good evening, i' m adam sexton. stephanie and i' m stephanie chief meteorologist mike hadad tells us when that snow is going to arrive. mike: after the steady snow will develop after midnight and have an impact tomorrow morning. there are a few flurries trying to drift in over southern new hampshire. just about all of that evaporating before reaching the ground. most of the steadier snow south will scoot away from new hampshire in the next few hours. notice squalls developing back to the west. those move in overnight and will be on top of new hampshire for the morning commute tomorrow.
snow will stick to the roads. that means slippery going in morning. changes to follow this week. we will look at all of that straight ahead. adam: an avalanche at tuckerman ravine sent one person to the hospital. gorham dispatch says forest services helped bring an injured man down mount washington this afternoon. he is expected to be ok. stephanie: a worker at waterville valley rescued a child falling from a ski lift. waterville valley says a girl was riding the lift with her mom when she slipped and was hanging from the chair. the director of lift operations managed to catch the girl as she fell. thanks to his quick thinking, both of them are going to be ok. adam: it' s the middle of january, but you wouldn' t know it by looking at many of the state' s lakes. ice is hard to find and it' s starting to be a bit of an issue for some. wmur' s andy hershberger joins us them -- tells us how it is affecting new hampshire businesses. andy: there' s just not a lot of ice on many of the state' s lakes
starting to feel the pinch. it' s not what you expect to see on lake winnipesaukee deep into month of january. open water and a lot of it. after the warmest december on record good ice is tough to come , by. tim moore runs a company that charters ice fishing trips. he says he is usually taking people out before christmas, but not this year. t remember it being usually when we have a slow start, it will get cold and we get the ice we need right away s just not happening. andy: the water temperature of winnipesaukee is 37 degrees and temperatures for january are about six degrees above normal. these conditions on and around lake chocorua have forced the tamworth dog sled race to be postponed by about a month. >> just because of the safety of the dogs. the drivers, our volunteers, the public. we have to have sufficient ice and snow, but it' s the ice that
point. andy: officials say you need about 4-6 inches of clear ice to support a couple of people. 8-10 is recommended for off road vehicles and snow mobiles. captain evan turcotte of the alton fire department says always check for thickness. >> go out in pairs if you can. always have a buddy with yout so that if something does happen they can pull you out. , always check the ice. never set a bonfire on the ice. a lot of people like to have fires on the ice, but that just weakens the ice. andy temperatures are expected : to be at or below freezing most of this week, so conditions should improve. stephanie after a month-long : indecent exposure investigation, police say a sunapee man turned himself in friday. sunapee police say thomas mauzy of maple street exposed himself to a victim and is facing seven counts of indecent exposure and lewdness. mauzy was released on $10,000
court on march 1. investigators do not believe in the case. adam: a hampstead town official is apologizing tonight for comments made during a public meeting last week. on friday, budget committee chair jorge mesa-tejada was discussing school safety when he described how to carry out a school shooting. in his apology letter , mesa-tejada said, stupidly, i used excessively graphic language. it is inexcusable and i apologize. mesa-tejada has been banned from schools, playgrounds, and fields in the town on hampstead. stephanie a woman was arrested : and charged with reckless driving on i-93 in new hampton today after police clocked her going over 100-miles-per-hour. officers say kaila yallum of pennsylvania was traveling north on the interstate towards ashland when a state police helicopter saw her speeding. yallum was pulled over and arrested without incident. adam: a touching reunion took place today here in new hampshire. erin bissonnette reconnected
s been homeless for years. the two met through a project called miracle messages. wmur' s kristen carosa explains how it brought them together. kristen: adam, a man from san francisco is on a mission to help homeless people reunite with their families through social media. kevin adler is traveling around the country to carry out this project. when he stopped in manchester, he met dale and recorded a short video with a message to his family in hopes of making a connection. we first brought you the story in october. his stepsister erin saw the story, looked up the video online and realized that it , really was dale. she says she was in disbelief at first. she thought he passed away. she reached out to kevin adler, the creator of miracle messages, who in turn passed on a video that erin made for dale. and several months later a connection was made. today, for the first time in
>> we are going to be very happy and we are going to need a whole lot of time to catch up and enjoy life together as siblings again and for him to be able to into our family. i miss him and i can' t wait, i am just so excited. kristen: erin lives in groveton two haven' but it' s something they are both looking forward to very much. and its all thanks to miracle messages. live in the studio, kristen carosa, wmur news 9. adam: thank you. ted cruz kicks off a five-day bus tour through new hampshire the cruz' in to victory tour started this evening in milford and has an ambitious itinerary that will keep the texas senator and republican presidential hopeful on the road here in the granite state through thursday. these are live pictures of his stop. earlier in the day, cruz told newsnine that he'
donald trump. ted cruz for whatever reason, : donald seems really rattled. i think his poll numbers are falling and he gets very upset when that happens and he seems to wake up in a frenzy and send a lot of attack tweets and personal insults. from my perspective, i have no intention of responding in kind. adam: he criticized him for having new york values. the bus tour continues tomorrow starting at lindy' s diner in keene. adam: democratic presidential candidates will debate tonight in south carolina. it starts at 9:00 on nbc. we' ll have a full recap on news 9 at 11:00. stephanie: students at unh won' t be zipping around campus on hoverboards, why the university is banning the devices. adam: and dartmouth college is expanding its curriculum thanks to millions of dollars in donations. next, the new subjects students can learn. mike after a round of snow, a : frigid feel takes over soon a she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done.
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adam: you can' t go back to the future in durham the university of new hampshire is now banning hoverboards on campus. stephanie unh police chief
paul : dean and dean of students john kirkpatrick say they are concerned about the safety of the wheeled devices which mimic futuristic hoverboards. the u.s. consumer product safety commission has investigated 28 hoverboard-related fires in 19 states after some burst into flames. more than 30 universities have banned hoverboards. adam: dartmouth college says that generous donations will allow the school to expand its curriculum. the school received $100 million to establish new academic 10 clusters focusing on urgent world challenges. topics that dartmouth plans to concentrate on include but are not limited to cybersecurity , health care, global poverty and engineering challenges in , extremely cold regions. stephanie: folks at mount washington auto road captured some incredible views today. the snow coaches are running
above the tree line at about 4200 feet. you can choose to snow shoe, ski , or ride back down the mountain. tours depart daily until march, depending on weather conditions. we will have to see how cold it will remain for those to run back and forth. if the winter weather is any trend, we might have more winter ahead. mike: we have more to talk about, how much we get tonight and how much colder it gets this week. adam: in sports, the monarchs
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announcer: now, chief meteorologist mike haddad with your forecast. mike: we are now in the three-we count down to the penguin plunge to support special olympics
new hampshire. it is a high school plunge that will have hundreds of high school students jumping into the atlantic ocean to support a great cause. go to our website for more information on how you can support special olympics new hampshire. at the coast, today we did have black ice on the roads early
we are starting to see the snow melt give way to slick conditions on the sides of the roads and walkways. outside of that, it should be pleasant on the roads for the next few hours. looking ahead, snow showers and squalls will change that overnight into the commute tomorrow. beyond that, here comes a frigid feel, especially later tomorrow afternoon into tuesday and wednesday with the next storm chance after tomorrow morning holding off until later friday night or saturday of next weekend. the past hour and a half, nice and quiet. there are a few flakes trying to reach the ground over southern new hampshire. most of the steady snow is over southern new england. a little piece of this may clip evening. most of the snow we will hear the west. those schools could lower visibility under 1/4 of a mile,
most likely predawn through the late morning on monday. temperatures running at seasonable levels. not a big temperature fall overnight. by morning, 20 to 23. they could cool down during the afternoon as frigid air builds in behind the front to the west. storm moving out to sea. a piece of this may work back at new hampshire. we could see enhanced snow at the coast and more squalls up north tomorrow late morning into the afternoon as it tries to dry out in southern new hampshire. here is the timeline for the snow. flurries the next four hours. late tonight and overnight is when the steadier snow will likely develop in many spots. there are some breaks, also scattered squalls that may work
heavier snow that may arctic back into southern new hampshire. we will keep that in through 11:00 tomorrow morning. by early afternoon, most of this note is done over southern new hampshire. flakes will continue in the north country. it is a general one to three inch snowfall. not a lot. that is all it takes to result in slick conditions. plows may be needed in some spots. there could be an isolated spot that gets near four. it is tough to call where that could happen. the most likely spots would be at the coast and in the mountains. flurries early tonight. the roads likely becoming slick overnight into tomorrow morning. becoming windy in the afternoon. winds up to 30 plus tomorrow afternoon. possibly over 40 on tuesday. 21 in southern new hampshire. only 10 up north with wind chills below zero. it quiets down later in the week
adam: soon we will look at the primary forecast. mike: with an active pattern, you never know what will come down the road. stephanie: hard to believe that is in our future. the patriots are coming off the win, but who knows who they will play? jason: there could be a super bowl in the future. only two teams in the history of the nfl have advanced to five consecutive conference championship games. the oakland raiders from 1973 to 1977 -- and now the patriots. new england took care of business beating the chiefs at gillette stadium last night . 27-20. tom brady threw for 302 yards and two touchdowns, while the offense did not commit a single turnover. with the exception of the 2008 season, which brady missed with a knee injury, the pats quarterback has reached the afc title game in 10 of his 14 seasons as a starter. >> he is an athletic quarterback. he can make plays on his feet scrambling. he is very distinctive.
he gets us all to play better. >> he came ready to play. i think that was a touchdown. then he scored on the next play on the sneak. you have to give him hats off are being prepared. he is definitely our leader. he gets us going. it is awesome to be playing with him again in the playoffs. jason: another game next weekend. it is the afc championship game. they will play one of the teams on the field in denver. pittsburgh leading 10-9 pretty just started the second half. the running back filling in for of the game. the steelers playing without williams and brown. 11:00. 7-0 panthers first quarter.
panthers led 31-0 at halftime. the seahawks made a game of it in the second half holding carolina scoreless over the final 30 minutes. the panthers hold on to win and advance to advance to the four nfc championship game in franchise history. if you missed last night' s nfc playoff game between the packers and cardinals, you missed a doozy. final seconds of regulation, aaron rodgers lets one fly, hail mary, hauled in by jeff janis, 41-yard touchdown. that tied the game at 20-20. they would go to overtime. in overtime, carson palmer in trouble deep inside his own 20. he throws across the fields way wide open larry fitzgerald. he takes it 75 yards inside the five-yard line. a shovel pass and the cardinals win in overtime 26-20. carolina in the championship
the monarchs home for the second straight day hosting the admirals. the admirals took last night' s game 3-2 in overtime. first period, the two teams exchanged goals. devin mantha scores on the rebound. that makes it 1-0 admirals. but manchester responds, danick paquette just turns on one from the near boards, and it somehow sneaks thru the 5-hole, , 1-1 after one. 2-1 manchester in the maxim second. kitsyn scores on the rebound , 3-1 monarchs. but norfollk got the next two, alexis louiseau fires a wrister from the near circle, power play -- . >> some penalties, unfortunate, maybe lack of discipline. five on three consistently in the box, i think we had six penalties in the second. you cannot be in the box for 12 minutes and expect to have the
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jason: the bruins pulled out a good win last night. brad marchand scored with about 12 minutes to go in the third to break
a 2-2 tie, but the goal was disallowed. the play was ruled offsides. didn' t matter though. marchand would still get the game-winner, this time with 47 seconds left in regulation. bruins win 3-2. they are off today. they play at montreal on tuesday. tim schaller scored his first nhl goal of the season last night. against the capitals, schaller poked the puck away, got behind the defense, and scored the shorthanded goal to give buffalo a 2-0 lead. for the 25-year-old from merrimack. the sabres won the game 4-1. news 9. adam: for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks
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