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hayley: now on "daybreak," burst of heavier snow as an arctic cold front moves through. how much more to expect and forecast for the week ahead. sean: live pictures from hooksett. if you are heading out extra time. we'll have an update on the roads coming up. erin: more than a dozen people of homeless after flames ripped through an apartment building in north conway. the good news is no one was hurt. sean: the race for the democratic nomination is neck in neck. they squared off for one more debate before voters start casting ballots.
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hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 erin: good morning, new hampshire. snow is falling in many areas. speeds have been reduced on the highways. i'm erin fehlau. i'm sean mcdonald. got to be careful. a lot of kids have the day off. some don't. the snow is coming down. hayley: a lot of people may try to go north to go skiing. be careful. the snow is going to pick up in intensity with the wind. you can see in manchester we have light snowfalling and 25 degrees. the heaviest snow has been confined to the south eastern corner by the seacoast and south of manchester where there's already a couple of inches that have accumulated. as we go through the next few hours, you see the bands up in vermont. those are snow squalls
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state which will make it in to new hampshire in the next little while. they are increase visibility and cause more accumulation. we're all in the 20's. 25 in manchester and nashua. the heaviest snow will be in south eastern new hampshire. a good two to four inches there. with the snow squalls, we can easily get another couple of inches. the winds continue to be gusty. more on the forecast in a couple of minutes. for a look at the morning drive here in the granite state, we're davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning, hayley. right now if you are starting your early morning commute or traveling up, do so with extreme caution. all of the major roads covered. the crews are out. right now basically the center lane is the passable lane. on 93 and 293 the speed miles an hour. if you work in the
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completely snow covered. that's 30 miles an hour. the d.o.t. is out clearing the roads. do allow ample time as you are heading out this this report is brought donuts. from the traffic network, i'm deb erin: all right. thank you. here are some live now. this is from the common man camera there along 93 in windham. you can see some of the plow crews trying to clear the way for people. sean: it is going to be a busy 12 hours. ray brewer is keeping an eye on the road conditions. how is it looking? ray: well, not too bad. it's been a while since we've been here north of the hooksett tolls. not that i want to jinx myself for the remainder of the winter season. we have a light snowfalling. erin mentioned the
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we ran in to plows here on our journey north. they are also plowing in tandem. if you get caught behind some of the plows, be prepared, you are going to be doing 20-25 miles an hour for a while. we would remind you don't try to pass the plows. that can be dangerous. the snow hasn't started to accumulate much. as hayley was mentioning, we're expecting some snow squalls later on. it is a very light snow right now. so that means that the winds that are expected later will be able to pick it up and really whip that snow around, impacting visibility. that's the situation right now here in hooksett. ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: thank you, ray. investigators are trying to figure out what sparked a fire that forced more than a dozen people from their homes. when firefighters
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inn apartments shortly before 9:00, they found heavy fire on the second floor. there's significant fire damage on the second floor and smoke and water damage throughout the five-unit building. no one was hurt. the red red cross is helping the displaced residents. a remember of the budget committee in hampstead is apologizing. on friday, committee chair jorge mesa-tejada was discussing school safety when he discussed how to do a school shooting. stupidly, i used excessively graphic language. it is inexcuseive. -- inexcusable.
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clinton found common ground in the debate. new poll shows sanders could pull audiotape wins in iowa and new hampshire. megan hughes reports. >> in south carolina, front runners hillary clinton and bernny sanders come out swinging. clinton a defender of obama's legacy. >> i'm not sure about the plan you introduced tonight or nine times in the congress. reporter: sanders says clinton is lying. >> that's non-sense. reporter: clinton slammed sanders on gun control. >> he voted to let guns go on to amtrak and national parks and voted against doing research to figure out how to save lives. reporter: the debate steps away from a charleston church where a white gunman killed several people in june. >> i'm the one candidate on the stage that
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to pass comprehensive gun safety legislation. reporter: sanders refused to discuss bill clinton. deplorable. have i said anything about the issue? i'm going to debate her on her issues not bill clinton's personal life. reporter: donald trump was not a big topic of conversation last night. hillary clinton didn't mention his name once. megan hughes, abc news, washington. sean: there are just three weeks left until the new hampshire primary. several republican hopefuls are here in the granite state today. ted cruz has stopped plans in keene, washington, tilton, plymouth, and whitefield. donald trump is speaking at a high school. john kasich will be plymouth, hanover, and lebanon. erin: several americans have been released as part of the prisoner exchange. one is choosing to
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three others are in germany. 30-year-old matt trevi trevi-thick is back in new hampshire this morning. he was held for 40 days. >> it's been difficult. we had a lot of support. we were able to get through it. we appreciate all of the help that the u.s. government has done on this. they've been great. erin: trevi-thick was studying language. he lost weight in prison. he says he's looking forward to eating some hamburgers and getting some iced coffee. the u.s. embassy says several americans are missing in iraq. they have not identified the missing people. media reports say that three americans were kidnapped by militias in baghdad. they are working with iraqi officials to track down the missing people and find those who are responsible. sean: a child is safe after falling from a ski lift at waterville valley. officials say a girl was riding the lift with her
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and ended up hanging. the director ran to help and caught the girl before he hit the ground. the good news is both people are doing just fine. scary moments. somebody stepped in and was a hero. erin: thankfully. we're celebrating martin luther king jr. his daughter delivered a message in vermont. sean: the bald eagle population is on the rise, at least in parts of new england. erin: ahead, a miracle connection. the special message that is helping a local homeless man reconnect with his family. find your sweet spot today with dunkin's chicken apple sausage sandwich. enjoy sweet apple and savory sausage together for under 400 calories. america runs on dunkin'. stood strong... get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out
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the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today. america runs on dunkin'. hampshire. you can see the roads in meredith are snow covered. it isn't much snow. as we go through the morning hours here, the next two hours or so,
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with snow squalls and wind. so the road conditions probably very tricky through the morning here. we'll talk more about the forecast in a few minutes. erin: many people have today off from work or schools. sean: there are events across the country honoring the late civil rights leader. the celebration started yesterday in burlington, vermont where the daughter of malcolm x, illy-asah shabazz, said we need to teach our children. >> we teach our children to hate. if we teach our children to hate someone else, we're teaching them to hate themselves. sean: shabazz went on to encourage everyone to be more welcoming and create an inclusive community saying we need effective dynamic leaders to be the change. in manchester tonight, the annual keeping the dream alive dinner starts at 6:00 honoring
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erin: good news for bald eagle population in vermont. they accounted 36 eagles during the annual count earlier this month. that's down from the record numbers. it is up dramatically from the early 1980's when there were only a handful of bald eagles in the green mountain state. they are closing in on recovery goals. that's great news for the bald eagle. sean: it is. if you've ever seen one of these, they are big, 5:13. coming up, a 9-1-1 dispatcher is in trouble after missing an emergency call. what she admits she was doing instead of answering the phone. erin: dozens of people went flying down the hillside. the marco rubio. he ran for senate saying
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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
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erin: a 911 dispatcher has been reprimanded after failing to answer a call.
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after having a seizure in a doctor's office. someone called 911 and never got through because they were ordering pizza. police say there was only one dispatcher on duty. the man who passed out has since recovered. despite high surf, search efforts continue this morning for 12 marines missing after two helicopters crashed off of the coast of hawaii. one of the marines is from hingham, massachusetts. crews from a variety of agencies have been searching since late thursday when a civilian saw it disappear followed by a fireball. they think the super stallion helicopters collided, but they can't say for sure. sean: all right. sorry about this, the run at the top is over for "stars: the force awakens." it fell to third. the new comedy "ride along two" starring kevin hart and ice cube
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hockey players from all over the country and canada spent the weekend in maine for a tournament. this was the six year for the international fire, police, and military games. men and women in uniform spent the weekend raising money. because it is run by volunteers, all of the proceeds go to the hospital. by the way, the fire department team from cal gary, canada won the largest division. check this out, it is all about slebogan. people raced on the steerable ones invented by bill in claremont. we featured him. they tried to break the speeds. eric says conditions weren't good enough because there wasn't enough snow on the steepest part of the track. it looks fun regardless. but today main they will get enough snow. erin: too bad today isn't snow
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hayley: there's a fresh now. claremont as we just mentioned. you can see the roads there are snow covered. same thing is true in portsmouth and market take it easy. that's the biggest thing we can tell you if you are heading out despite the fact there's not a lot of snow. most places is a good one to three inches. there's more to come. you see this line right about there from burlington down in to that's an arctic cold front. it has gusty winds and very strong snow qualities. these are on the way too as well as the snow we've had in the meantime by the seacoast. where you see the darker shades of the white colors or purple colors. that's where the snow has picked up. in places like newton and in to kingston, you get the quick burst of snow. it can reduce visibility and give you a half to an inch of snowfall
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snow and where it continues to be the strongest is where we have the winter weather advisory by the national weather service. that goes until 1:00 this afternoon. in the meantime, we'll have these heavy snow bursts or snow squalls passing through because of this cold front. on the other side of the cold front, you guessed it, some much colder air. i want to show you how cold. temperatures at the moment in the 20's over lebanon. look out to the west. chicago three below. it is 12 below in the twin cities this morning. this cold bubble of air on its way for the whole northeast. that means over the next chilly air. these are the highs. most of us won't get out of the 20's as we go through the next five days. below the average high for this time in january which is about 30 degrees. the other story today is that the winds are really going to start to pick up. at the moment, nothing really going on across the state.
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mid-morning, the winds are going to howl. it is going to pick up the snow since it is so light. visibility will be reduced and maybe even some of the ski areas because of how gusty the winds will be. up near 30 to 40 miles per hour. with wind it makes it feel all the more colder too. here's how things go. we'll have the snow showers and snow squalls through the morning. the worst of it done by noon. there will be some snow showers remaining in the northern elevations and higher elevations and northern part of the state through the afternoon. then tomorrow mostly sunny. it is going to be cold up in the northern part of the state. again some snow showers in the mountains. we're pretty much done for snow for the rest of at least the next few days after today. here's what my thinking is for additional snow accumulation. one to three from the monadnock region in to concord, meredith, and ossipee. some higher amounts in new hampshire in to the
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if you are doing skiing and boarding today, snow showers windy and cold. over the next few days, highs in the 20's. then, guys, watching next weekend. i got to say if some of our computer models are accurate in what they are saying, we could have a big one on saturday in to sunday. so it is something that we're going to be watching more closely. erin: we've been watching. hayley: i know we've had little ones. this could be significant. sean: top stories with ray brewer. ray: here in hooksett, there's light snowfalling. we've seen plows out. it appears there's a plow that's broken down here north of the hooksett tolls here, especially if you are heading out on the secondary roads. you are going to want to allow some extra time. plow crews are out. bear in mind they are doing tandem plowing. if you get stuck behind some of the plow crews, you are only going to go about 20 miles an hour.
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to 45 miles per hour. sean: certainly give them some space. more than a dozen people are homeless after flames ripped through the apartment building last night. they are still trying to figure out what caused the fire inside the shutters and apartments on kearsarge road. the chair of the hampstead budget committee is apologizing after trying to describe how to carry out a school shooting. he says he was trying to highlight risks facing
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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? i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. erin: usually when you show up
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turn off your cell phone and put away any electronic device. the boston symphony orchestra is handing out ipads. sean: ticketholders for the friday performance will be given ipads to look at sheet music, interviews with musicians, pod cast, and analysis of the music they are watching. the bso says it is first to offer customized ipads. it will be distracting but kind of interesting to get some context. erin: definitely. weddings can be very stressful. and the actual wedding day is full of a lot of emotions. a bride in south dakota got some help from her service dog. sean: valerie suffers from panic disorders. she's had bella for two years. this is a picture of bella providing support on the wedding day. the wedding did go smoothly. erin: i think the dog was
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sean: dogs can get dressed up too. it is a big day. erin: are americans becoming too politically correct. the war of words is becoming a serious issue on the campaign trail. she's always stood strong...
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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 and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world. i'm hillary clinton and
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." sean: good morning on this mlk day, monday, january 18th. we're waking up to snowfall out there. 24 degrees, in fact. we're setting ourselves up for a very cold week. erin: it is a little tricky driving out there. just be careful on the roads this morning. we want to get to the top stories right now. an hour's long standoff in lancaster came to an end when the suspect was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. a hiker had to be dug out of the snow yesterday after getting
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while passing through tuckerman ravine. if you are heading out on the roads this morning, you are going to want to be cautious. ice and potential snow squalls could make for a tricky commute. sean: this is one of the rides to work where i got to the first turn, i said i might take it slow. you never know when you are going to fish tail. hayley: my driveway goes up. i was hoping i made it. it took two tries, but i did. we already have a couple of inches in windham, salem, seabrook, hampton, and portsmouth as well. across the full state we're all going to see snow continuing this morning around maybe even some snow squalls with heavier winds and stronger winds and heavier snow as we go through the morning. by the time we get to noon, most of us are going to start to see some big time improvement with the sun peeking out. temperatures are going down all throughout the day with the winds which are going to be cranking, sean, it is
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like single digits or below zero as we go through the next few hours. sean: if you are going out skiing or tubing, you want the hand warmers. hayley: the face cover and mask. fortunately you are heading out, i'll show you a look on the roads. you can see plow trucks. hayley: a lot of people heading southbound. for a look at the morning drive, we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. right now all of the major roads in the state of new hampshire are completely snow covered. the crews are out there clearing them up. the speed limit throughout the state has been reduced to about 45 miles an hour. please do adhere to that to stay safe for everyone. if you are commute on interstate 89, we are seeing some slow going in the hopkinton area and also at the bow junction. travel is slow going. 93 is a slow ride from north of concord down to the hooksett tolls at
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to salem. that's again the crews are out trying to keep up with the bands of snow. use caution and allow ample time. this report is brought to you by dunkin' donuts. i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: thanks. we decided to put our expert out there. ray brewer is also keeping an eye on the roads this morning. erin: i think this is a first for the season. he joins us live along 93 in hooksett. have you seen any issues it is pretty good. it is just a very light snow that's falling hooksett. look here at roads. you can see that the plows have been doing a good job of keeping up. they are wet so you want to use some caution. they've been salting. go by in the short time that we've been here just north of the hooksett tolls. you can see the plows are out on 293 also in manchester and on 93 here in hooksett.
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an hour to an hour and a do their route. if the snow is falling at more than an inch an hour, that means you are going to encounter those snow covered roads. likely we've been pretty lucky here in hooksett as i said. it is just a light snow that's falling. maybe we have about an inch total in accumulation. here. once again you want to allow yourself plenty of time if you are heading out. this morning we catch a as sean and erin mention, a lot of people do have the day off for the holiday. reporting live in hooksett, ray brewer. erin: thank you. firefighters spent the night on the scene of the fire. these flames broke out shortly before 9:00 last night on a garage. firefighters had to drag hoses about a half a mile in order to battle the fire. they were able to keep the flames from spreading to the attached house. no one was hurt. the garage was destroyed.
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dead last night following an hours-long standoff with police. it started around 2:30 when police were called to the home at 32 prospect street for a report of shotted fired. a woman said she was leaving the home with her two kids when 35-year-old jeremiah gillen fired at her car hitting the hood. people living in the immediate area were evacuated while they tried to get gillen to surrender. several hours later a robot was sent in to the house. he was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. erin: we are following a developing story in nashua. police are investigating a stabbing. two people were stabbed shortly before 11:00 last night. the victims' injuries are not life threatening. there's no threat to the public. it does not appear to be random. a nashua man is accused of stabbing another man in hudson. ronald russell stabbed a man in the torso. the victim was found on
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his wound is non-life threatening. russell is scheduled to be arraigned on a charge of first-degree assault. sean: a hiker had to be rescued after getting caught in an avalanche. it happened at tuckerman ravine. they say the man had to be dug out of the snow by other hikers and emergency crews there. it is not clear if he is hiking alone or with a group. the man was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. the mt. washington avalanche center posted a bulletin over the weekend warning of shifting snow in the area. erin: the university of new hampshire is now joining other schools in banning hover boards on campus. they say they are concerned about the safety of the devices which have been known to catch fire. the u.s. consumer product safety commission has investigated 28 hover board related fires in 19 states. so far more than 30 universities and three major airlines have
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sean: today is martin luther king jr. day. 50 years ago jonathan was inspired to become more actively involved in the civil rights movement. he traveled to alabama in an effort to assist with voter registration. in 1965, daniels died while trying to save a teenager. a local white man aimed a shotgun and he stepped in front of her. the intended victim, rudy sales, was 17 at the time. >> i heard a shot. and it was jonathan. he shot jonathan. jonathan never made a sound. i think he was dead instantly. the collective grief of losing jonathan bound us together in the county. and instead of retreating because of
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forward. >> sales traveled to new hampshire to honor reverend daniels on the 50th anniversary of his murder. erin: a homeless man is trying to be reunited with his family. on sunday he finally got a chance to talk with his step-sister. the two rejected thanks to a project called miracle messages. we first brought you the story in october when kevin adler recorded a short video of dale in hopes of making a connection with his family online. erin bissonnette looked up the story and realized it was her step-father. >> i was kind of out of place. i found out i got a new niece. erin: erin says she is in disbelief because she thought he had passed away. she lives in groveton. the two plan to meet
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sean: miracle messages has done this many times. this is just a local one. a disheartening story out of massachusetts. a family says their dog was attacked and beaten in their own yard. erin: new reports from proving that selfies are not all fun and games. we're going to tell you which country has the highest rate of selfie deaths. hayley: tracking on radar. the snow showers moving through. there will be stronger snow squalls that move through as we go through the day as the winds pick up. more on the forecast, but it is now 5:39. you are watching -- tb with dunkin's chicken apple sausage sandwich. and savory sausage together for under 400 calories. america runs on dunkin'. 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
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hayley: welcome back. there's a live look in manchester. 25 degrees. light snowfalling. it is enough to be over the roads. a lot of locations, heavier snow. we'll have snow squalls, snow showers throughout the morning hours with slick driving. notice the temperatures there. they go down through the day. we'll see some improvement this afternoon with the sunshine poking through the clouds. it is going to feel cold, especially with the winds. i'll have more on how much snow to expect ahead. erin: the topic of political correctness has been coming up on the trail. they think america has a
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they've launched a revolt against what they view as an epidemic. do voters agree? a closer look at the issue from the washington bureau. >> we don't worry about correct. >> this is craziness. >> political correctness is killing people. >> a war on political correctness is playing out at gop campaign stage. >> we have to get rid of all of the pc stuff. reporter: donald trump's comments about syrians, immigrants, call for ban on muslims all framed as an assault on political correctness. >> we can't afford anymore to be so politically correct. reporter: it is a message that seems to be resonating with voters. in a university survey, 68% of voters agree political correctness is a big problem in the country. >> there's a feeling in the country of kind of distemper in the land right now. people are upset, i think, about not being
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certain issues they feel are very important. reporter: a reuters poll found 77% of trump supporters think he's appearing because he's not politically correct. >> this is not a matter of political correctness. reporter: president obama took on the anti-pc crusade during his "state of the union" address. >> we need to reject any politics we any politics , that targets people because of race or religion. reporter: claiming to be politically incorrect is just a way to excuse remarks and dismiss critics. >> when donald trump says we're being too politically correct, you should interpret it as i don't have a plan. reporter: we won't know if it is good politics until voters go to the polls. erin: that was sally kidd reporting. the iowa caucuses take place tomorrow. the primary is on
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sean: a massachusetts family is asking for help finding the person that attacked their beloved dog. >> if they did this to my dog, whose dog is next? sean: a home owner saw two young men beating the dog named abbie with a stick in her own yard. abbie barking. severe, she had to be vet. >> i think i was numb. i just can't imagine that anybody would do anything to a dog come in to my yard and hurt her. sean: abbie is now recovering at home. she's still on pain medication and needs special care. police say the attack appears to be an isolated incident. erin: when it comes to taking selfies, people in india appear to be at a greater risk of death than anywhere else in the world. reports show that half of the 27 selfie deaths that occurred worldwide last year happened in
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mumbai police say they recently identified more than a dozen no-selfie zones after three young girls were swept in to the arabian sea while taking selfies. other tragedies include seven people who died while taking a selfie on a boat that tipped over and three college students who were killed while taking a selfie in front of an oncoming train. sean: oh my goodness. a new study shows that having good relationship with friends and family boosts your mental and physical health. researchers found that the more socially connected a person is the lower their blood pressure is down the road. adolescents who have a lot of friends are less likely to become researchers say that when people are socially isolated they may have higher levels of stress hormones resulting in more health problems. erin: turns now to sports this morning, tom brady and peyton manning will meet in the afc championship game next sunday in denver. it will be the fifth playoff meeting between the two future hall of
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the previous four playoff meetings brady won two and manning won two. new england punched its ticket to the fifth straight conference title game with saturday's 27-20 win over kansas city. tom brady threw for 302 yards and two touchdowns. the offense did not commit a single turnover. and with the exception of the 2008 season which brady missed with the knee injury, the patriots quarterback had reached the afc title game in ten of the 14 seasons as a starter. >> you know, he's an athletic quarterback. he can make plays on his feet, scrambling, he's very instinctive. i love it. we love it. he's emotional like that situation. better. >> you've got to give them hats off on being prepared. he's definitely the leader. like i always say, he gets us going. it is awesome to be playing with him once
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: the patriots will travel to denver for the 3:00 p.m. it will be the cardinals and panthers in carolina at 6:40 p.m. sean: fingers crossed. the monarchs were home on sunday. first period the two teams exchanged goals. about it. they scored on the rebound giving the admirals a 1-0 lead. respond. the effort found its way in the back of the net. in the second, manchester took a 3-1 lead. norfolk would rally to tie it. the admirals won it in a shootout 5-4. >> now your storm watch 9 forecast. hayley: great. erin: snow is falling. you were talking about snow squalls that could pop up. they can be dangerous. hayley: they can. last year in january we were working together and it was one of the days where we had the snow squalls coming
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it shutdown 93. be very careful today. a similar setup. we have the winds and also the strong snow squalls about to move through with an arctic cold front. a big heads up to any travelers across the state. we have snow on the ground and on the roadways from the snow that we've had overnight too. there's sanbornton. be very careful this morning. hopefully you are jest traveling to the kitchen to grab another cup of coffee. especially at the seacoast. that's where we've been watching some of the heavier bands of snowfall. look at the darker shades of the purple colors here from newton to kingston to exeter. when you get in to the some of the heavier bands, especially in essex county, you can easily get half to an inch of snowfall within an hour or so.
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weather advisory that's been posted mainly for the south eastern corner there of new hampshire until 1:00 in the afternoon. across the rest of the state expecting a wide swath of one to three inches of snowfall. certainly that's not a lot. even a little bit can make the roads very slippery, of course. up north in the mountains, higher elevations. good two to four inches with some of the higher peaks recording more than that. certainly by the seacoast, you are winning the battle of getting the most snow today with two to four inches expected by about noontime. temperatures we're all in the 20's. it is in the teens up in the great north woods. the temperatures will actually continue to slide downward as we go through the day instead of going up because of cold air just coming right down out of canada throughout the day. visibility is an issue. it is not because of fog, but rather the snowfalling and getting blown around a little bit too. be careful of that where your travels take you today. the winds aren't a
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they are going to be afternoon. look at this. this is 11:00 in the morning. there will be some wind gusts near 30 or 40 miles per hour as we progress. not only will it loft any of the light snow reducing visibility, it is going to make it feel so cold as this colder air comes down out of temperatures fall day. so the timing of the snow, we'll have a few rounds of it, especially this morning and then things start to lighten up with the exception of up in the mountains where it lasts longer. i'll see some sunshine through the rest of the afternoon and overnight clearing skies. tomorrow is going to be a bright day. sunny but so cold. temperatures up north will barely crack ten degrees. in the southern part of the state, it will barely crack 20. very chilly temperatures on the horizon here. even overnight. temperatures in the single digits. quiet weather after this morning's snow. lots of sunshine for the next few days.
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look at next weekend. we are tracking the potential for a significant storm on friday night in to saturday and maybe even lingering in to sunday. too early to give you snow accumulation totals. we're watching this one. erin: okay. we'll be watching it all week. thank you so much. the popular ice castles are returning to lincoln this week. the hobo railroad is hosting the utah-based ice castles. the company thought it could have to push the opening back to february. we've learned that the castle will be open this friday. if weather permits, it will stay open until march. sean: all right. a dad in missouri took a very serious approach in answering his son's request for an advance on his allowance. he wrote his son why he wouldn't be getting $20. he created a letter head savings and loan, because apparently i
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money. the history not doing chores. slaps the denied. it said the son could appeal to the complaint department which would be mom. go talk to your mother about it. erin: i worn if she will be more understanding. sean: i highly doubt it. something tells me history before the letter was written. erin: still ahead, a large animal could go down in the
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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
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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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. erin: getting a new puppy can be a big responsibility. one that a couple never expected one this size. >> we didn't realize he was going to be so big. is it a dane or half pony? sean: i'm going to half pony. he's a little over two years old. erin: he's more than seven feet hall when standing. they are now submitting
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of world records to see if he makes the cut for the world's largest dog. erin: that's a lot of dog. surgeries you need the people for perspective. s a first you thought he was normal size. hayley: he probably eats a lot. sean: his bowl is this big. an investigation in to a fire in north conway. hampshire. coming up a live look at your road conditions. erin: a poor decision by a 9/11
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