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hayley: breaking news right now -- a large police presence in lancaster. >> i want to know what is going on. i' m scared. hayley: officers releasing little information after closing a road and surrounding a home with guns drawn. mike: snow and a frigid feel on the forecast. how the changes play out, ahead. stephanie: south carolina showdown. i have the last minute debate night surprise as the democratic their final matchup before iowa. hayley: and an official is apologizing after he described a school shooting scenario during a budget meeting. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
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hayley: snow is arriving in new hampshire. we are taking a live look right now at manchester, were some flurries are falling. they could gust tonight and tomorrow morning, slowing you down on the road. good evening and thanks for joining us. mike haddad tells us how much snow we are going to get. mike: it is not going to be a whole lot. not a foot or anything, 1-3 can' t be ruled out between now and the day tomorrow. we have some very light snow falling over parts of a new hampshire area. it goes all the way into the merrimack valley and toward the coast. steady smell in central and western massachusetts and more offshore. it will tend to consolidate around southeastern new hampshire, and at the same time snow showers and squalls build it from western new york. between now and late morning tomorrow, snow showers and schools and temperatures at or
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coating on the roads could make things slippery through that timeframe. what follows for the rest of monday, and the frigid feel that will return. we will take a look, coming out. download the stormwatch 9 weather app to check the latest closings and track this now using our interactive radar. android. stephanie: we are following breaking news. police continue to investigate in lancaster as part of iii is shut down. police say the area is closed. let' s head out to kristen carosa, live at the scene. kristen: stephanie, there is still a heavy police presence here on route 3. there are more than a dozen police cars lined up on the street, and it appears they are focused on one home. according to neighbors, police arrived around to: 30th afternoon, and authorities have been here ever since. right now, police are not
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we do know that people living in this area have been told to stay in their homes. we can' t speak to any of those people right now because authorities tell us it is too dangerous to walk through this area. we did receive photos earlier today of the scene. you can see officers in tactical gear with their guns drawn, but again, at this time, details about what is going on is extremely limited. neighbors tell us they are worried and they want answers. >> i happen to see red light, you know,, flashing -- you know, flashing, and they went down. there was something going on. something is not good. i can feel it. all i want is some answers. before i go to bed, because i will not go to bed tonight. kristen: you are looking live at the scene. continues to be a heavy police
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kristen carosa, wmur news 9. stephanie: thank you. developing now, the red cross is helping more than a dozen people after fire in north conway. officials say it displaced 20 people. the fire broke out in north conway this afternoon. fire officials are not releasing information at this time. in commitment 2016 coverage, the democratic presidential candidates faced off tonight in their final debate before the iowa caucuses. the nbc news debate comes as hillary clinton and bernie sanders are locked in close races in iowa and new hampshire. sally kidd is in washington with a recap. sally: stephanie, just hours before tonight' s debate, a surprise from the sanders camp. he released the details of his universal health care plan, which hillary clinton pounced on. >> that is nonsense. >> to tear it up and start over again --
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sharpest of changes yet among the candidate, with senator bernie sanders touting his newly released universal health care plan. >> right now, what we have to deal with is the fact that 29 million people still have no health insurance. >> i want us to defend and bill on the affordable care act and improve it. sally: the candidates also makes it up on guns. >> he voted against the brady bill five times. he voted for what we call the charlestown loophole. >> i think secretary clinton knows what she says is very disingenuous. sally: hillary clinton took on sanders for reversing his support for a wall that shields gun manufacturers from lawsuits. >> what i said if i would look at it. we are going to look at it and they will support stronger provisions. >> they have both been inconsistent when it comes to this issue. i' m the one candidate on the stage that actually brought people together to pass comprehensive gun safety legislation. sally: sparks flew over who would be the toughest on wall street.
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wall street. the republicans want to give them more power. >> i think it is time to put the government back on their backs. >> i have put forward a plan that would put cops back on the beat of wall street. sally: the democrats will not have their next debate until february 11, and that is after the votes in iowa and new hampshire have been counted. sally kidd, wmur news 9. sally:. thank you -- stephanie: thank you. the cruz to victory started this evening in milford. his ambitious itinerary will keep it rolling through the granite state through thursday. earlier in the day, cruz told news 9 that he is back from trading insults with republican rival donald trump. >> for whatever reason, donald is riled. i think his poll numbers are falling, and he gets upset when that happens. he seems to wake up in a frenzy
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from my perspective, i have no intention of responding in kind. stephanie: he had been faulting trump for having "new york values." the tour continues tomorrow. republican john kasich is taking us a media momentum in the granite state. this morning, a local paper endorsed the governor,. touting his experience -- the governor, touting his experience. it said he does not appear to have been infected by the culture of washington. yesterday, kasich also picked up the endorsement of two other papers. as we mentioned, senator cruz is in the granite state through thursday, but other candidates will be here as well. donald trump is back tomorrow for an event in concord. john kasich will make stops in plymouth, hanover, and lebanon tomorrow. for the latest, head over to the politics section of our website,
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hospital after being stabbed this afternoon. hudson police say they responded to a man suffering from a stab wound to his torso around 3:00 today. officers arrested a 35-year-old in nashua. he' s charged with first-degree assault and is being held at valley street jail. the victim is expected to be ok. after a monthlong indecent exposure investigation a man turned himself in. thomas massie exposed himself to a victim and is facing seven lewdness. he was released on $10,000 bail march 1. investigators do not believe that any children were involved. a town official is apologizing a public meeting. on friday, the budget committee chair jorge mesa was discussing school safety when he
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he said "stupidly, i used excessively stupid language. it is inexcusable and i apologize." he has been banned from schools, playgrounds, and feels on hampstead. a woman was arrested and charged with reckless driving and new hampton today after police clocks are going over 100 miles per hour. officers say she was driving north on the highland when a police helicopter spotted her speeding. she was pulled over and arrested without incident. dartmouth college says that generous donations will allow the school to expand its curriculum. the school received $100 million to establish 10 new academic clusters focusing on urgent world challenges. topics that they played to concentrate on include but are not limited to cyber security, health care, little poverty, and engineering challenges in cold regions. you can' t go to go back to the
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they are banning hoverboard on campus. the dean of students says they are concerned about the safety of the wheel devices which mimick hoverboard. the u.s. consumer product safety commission has investigated 20 hoverboard related fires after some burst into flames. more than 30 universities have banned them. warm temperatures this winter or hurting businesses that rely on the cold. there is still open water on most of the lake after the warmest december on record. it is hard to find ice. tim moore runs a chartered ice fishing trip company. the takes a black before christmas, but not this year. >> i don' t remember it being like this. usually we have a small start and it will get cold but we get the ice we need. this year it is not happening. stephanie: the water temperature is 37 degrees, and temperatures
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degrees above normal. these dangers on and around the lake have also forced the dogsled race to be postponed. an avalanche at tuckerman ravine sent one person to the hospital. dispatch says fire services help to bring an injured man down not washington. he is expected to be ok. a worker at waterville valley rescued a child falling from a ski lift. waterville valley says a girl was writing the lift with her mom when she slept and was hanging from the chair. the director of lift operations managed to catch the girl as she felt. thanks to his quick thinking, they are both going to be ok. coming up, american prisoners are sent to return home after the u.s. reaches a deal with iran. why they will have to stay in germany for now. a homeless man is being reunited with his family thanks to social media. the miracle message that is
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>> changes in the weather over the next two 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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stephanie: welcome back. after months of intense negotiations between the united states and around the, five americans are on their way home. the flight carrying three of the prisoners touchdown in germany a
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>> this is a good day. when americans are free and reunited with their families, that is something we can all celebrate. stephanie: officials say the three prisoners will stay in germany to receive medical treatment for now. the fourth prisoner was not on the flight and is believed to be still in iran. the fifth prisoner of massachusetts is also on his way home tonight. his release was negotiated independently of the deal. aaron hernandez will find out the date for his next murder trial this week. the former patriots star is accused of gunning down two men outside a nightclub in 2012. jury selection was scheduled to begin this month, but the judge because of an appeal over evidence. hernandez is already serving life in prison for the 2013 murder of odis lloyd. at least two people are dead and tornadoes or through central
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emergency responders say one of the twisters struck a couple' s mobile home and kill them. their son was able to climb out of the debris and rescue his children. >> i woke up this morning and lost a family friend and neighbor. stephanie: a second tornado touched down 16 miles south of the first, dropping to people in their home. rescuers had to lift a portion of collapsed roof in order to reach one of the victims. reunited with his family thanks to the campaign on social media. today he talked to his stepsister for the first time. called miracle messages. we first brought you the story in october, when kevin adler recorded a short video of dale connection online. one viewer saw the story and realized it really was dale.
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i was kind of out of place. i didn' t know what to say. i found out i have a new niece. stephanie: she says she was in disbelief, thinking he had passed away. she lives in groton, and they plan to meet soon. folks in mount washington after some incredible views today. the snow coaches are running right now, bringing people up above the tree line at 4200 feet. you can choose to snowshoe, ski, or ride down the mountain. tours are daily until march. kids took off on sleds today as part of the world snow day in claremont. they are steerable toboggans. they try to break the speed record of 35 miles per hour, but they say conditions weren' t adequate or save the cause of the lack of snow on the steepest
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the popular ice castles are returning to lincoln this week. the scenic railroads are once again hosting the utah-based ice castles. the company thought they would have to push the opening back to february, but today we have learned they will open this friday. this is one of three ice castles in america, and includes a frozen throne. if weather permits, it will stay open through march. >> now, mike haddad with your storm watch nine forecast. mike: lots of changes and a fairly nice sunday. as you can see, a little bit of partial sun, clouds building in. some area roadways, especially in southern parts of the state, dealing with a bit of a coating of light snow. no snow showers -- though snow showers will tend to increase, a couple schools could walk wo work in. you will want to give yourself
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after that, the coldest stretch so for this evening -- especially when you factor in the temperature -- wind chill is certainly a big factor tomorrow afternoon and into tuesday in a good part of wednesday. next on chancellor come in friday and saturday next week. still way out there, but it looks like it will be a strong coastal storm. the question is what type of impact will it have on new hampshire. right now, snow showers are beginning to fill in. a good part of southern new hampshire with light snow, a couple of moderate first. in terms of snowfall amounts, 2-3 inch accumulation. the best bet may be up to 4 inches in spots. also across the mountains to the north. that is in the cards as we advance through tonight and tomorrow. notice the approaching front through upstate new york has with a narrow band of heavy-duty squalls that will likely affect us, unfortunately in time for the morning commute.
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issues and a quick inch of snow that will make conditions tough on the roads. temperatures right now, teens and 20' s, close to the norm. not a major cool down. tonight we only fall into the mid to upper teens. a relatively mild overnight. but tomorrow, temperatures don' t go anywhere. a front approaches quickly after the snow showers and schools exit by midday. the wind picks up, and that will begin to drive in much colder air. look at the timeline. snow showers and embedded squalls through the morning commute into the early afternoon. -- right into tomorrow and early on tuesday. then it dries out in southern new hampshire and we will eventually see the clearing up north.
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pinpoint whether you will get two or three or four, but on average it is two or three inches expected. four inches down in southeastern new hampshire due to the proximity of the ocean and also across the higher terrain into the great north woods. notice what follows behind the snow -- a lot of frigidaire, subzero readings. -- a lot of frigid air, subzero reading. that will be something else beginning tomorrow afternoon. tomorrow morning' s commute looks to be a rough one -- not a whole lot of snow but enough to make it tough. all it takes is a little bit and once we get into the afternoon we break into partial sunshine. the winds crank up and temperatures cool down. a windy and frigid tuesday, win still busy on wednesday before they diminish, thursday a flurry.
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the pattern is very active. many days to track down. stephanie: tackle the first one. mike: got a take care of the morning. stephanie: is there a danger with driving? around? mike: it is not just the wind, drop just like that. you see everything and then it is white for half hour. the best bet is to pull over and try to get off to the side road. stephanie: absolutely. jason king is your with sports.
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>> now, jason king and news nine sports. jason: here is the answer we have: waiting for. steelers and the broncos. pittsburgh leading 13-12 in the fourth quarter, and fitzgerald tucson, stripped of the football, the broncos recovered and peyton manning would lead the ensuing drive to paydir t. the gives the broncos the lead for goods and denver wins, 23-16. the broncos will host the patriots in next weekend' s afc championship game. >> we have to quote bill belichick. i' ll be talking about them all wednesday. jason: tom brady and peyton manning will meet in the afc title game for the last time. it will be there fifth time meeting in the playoffs in 17 overall. of the four previous, they both won two.
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saturday' s 27-20 win over the kansas city chiefs. the offense did not commit a single turnover. with the exception of the 2008 season, which brady missed, the past quarterback has reached the afc title game in 10 of his 14 seasons. >> he' s an athletic quarterback, and he can make plays on his feet, scrambling, very distinctive. he gets us all to play better. >> he came rates apply. -- he came ready to play. then he got that sneak, so hats off for being prepared with the way he played. he is definitely our leader. like i always say, he gets us going. it' s awesome to be playing with him again.
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7-0 panthers first quarters. he runs it back, the panthers led 31-0 at halftime, but the seahawks made a game of it in the second half, holding carolina scoreless over the final 30 minutes. but the panthers hold on to win, 31-26 7, and advanced to their fourth nfc championship game in franchise history. here are the two games next weekend, both on sunday. patriots and the broncos have the early game, a 3:05 kickoff. both afc and nfc matchup' s s are one versus two. the cardinals will travel to carolina to take on the panthers. right now, the patriots are 3.5 favorites over the broncos to advance. hockey now. straight day, posting the
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they won in overtime. they exchanged goals, mantha scores and makes it 1-0 admirals, but manchester response. he somehow finds the five. 1-1. 2-1 in the second, a score on the rebound. 3-1 manchester lead. norfolk up the next two. alexis louiso fires, power play tied at three. manchester on the power play, a nice centering pass, 4-3 monarchs. just over three minutes, jordan hill get the equalizer. they would go to overtime. the game would end in a shoot out. powerful quince, norfolk wins, 5-4. >> there was some lack of
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five out of three, we had six penalties. doesn' t matter if they are penalties are not, you cannot be in the box for 12 minutes and expect the results you want. >> we came out with more intensity than yesterday, but we let up there, turned into a specialties battle. t disciplined enough. we let up another lead. jason: bruins and celtics both had the day off. after the break, what is next
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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
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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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jason: bruins got a good win last night, scoring was 12 minutes to go in the third to break a tie, that goal was disallowed and the play was ruled offside is. but he would still get the game-winner, this time with 47 seconds left in regulation. bruins win 3-2 over the maple leafs. they play in montreal on tuesday. a score on a go-ahead layup with 3.9 seconds left to help the celtics beat the wizards, 119-117. he finished with 22 points for the night while isaiah thomas led in scores with 32.
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tomorrow night. stephanie: that does it for news nine tonight, have a great evening. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. 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.
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she's always stood strong... get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter


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