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hayley: now and you, the heaviest snow showers are gone. how much colder it is going to get. sean: new details about an hours-long stand-off. what the suspect allegedly did before barricading himself inside a home. plus, honoring the legacy of martin luther king, jr. the gathering held this morning in hollis. and the clock is ticking down to the first in the nation primary . where the candidates are focusing their attention today. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
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national captioning institute, which is responsible for its visit] sean: much of the granite state woke up to a fresh layer of snow good afternoon. i' m sean mcdonald. these were the conditions of short time ago in ashland to you can see divisibility way down to less go to meteorologist hayley lapoint. hayley: we are going to be in and out of the snow showers through the rest of the day, especially up north and the higher elevations of the mountainous areas. 3.5. 3.4 in new boston. just under three inches in nashua in places like manchester, salem, right around the 2-3-inch range as well. you can see quite on the radar. heaviest stuff is long gone.
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thunderstorm. that is what a snow school generally is. -- snow squall generally is. s now but the big difference domains. wind gusts near 20, 30 miles per colder. we will talk about how much the colder sticks around. sean: many of you are sharing your pictures of this latest snow. ulocal user all for jacob took this shot of the fresh 4 inches of powder that fell in dorchester. remember, if it' s safe to do so, upload your winter weather photos and videos to the ulocal section of or our wmur app. and any time winter weather moves into the granite state, depend on wmur and the storm watch team for the latest on the conditions in your area. and when we' re not on air, head to or the wmur app 24 hours a day. new details now on an avalanche on mount washington. officials say two climbers triggered and were caught by an avalanche in the chute located in tuckerman ravine. they were carried hundreds of
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one hiker and one skier suffered non-life threatening injuries. the mount washington avalanche center has posted a warning of shifting snow in the area. a 28-year-old was rescued after his snowmobile went through the ice. it happened just before 10:30 last night in sandown. witnesses saw the vehicle break through the ice and called 911. the driver was able to pull himself out of the water. he was taken to the hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries. authorities say alcohol appears to be a factor in the accident. a lancaster man is dead after an the incident started around 2:30 sunday afternoon. police were called to a home at 32 prospect street for a report of shots fired. a woman told officers she was leaving the home with her two kids when 35-year-old jeremiah gillen allegedly fired at her car, hitting the hood. neighbors in the area were evacuated, while police tried to get gillen to surrender. several hours later a robot was sent into the house and found
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nashua police are investigating a stabbing. officers say two people were injured shortly before eleven 11:00 last night in the area of railroad square. both are expected to be ok. police say this does not appear to be a random attack and there is no threat to the public. turning now to commitment 2016 coverage. the countdown is on. just 14 days until the marathon race for president begins with the iowa caucuses and the candidates are leaving it all on the field. abc' s lana zak has the story from washington. lana: the presidential candidates are all out in full force, spreading their campaigns across iowa and new hampshire today. ted cruz says if he is president, he will employ donald trump build a wall on the southern border. is fired. lana: packed crowds at liberty university in virginia turned out to sea front runner donald trump was not been holding back
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mr. trump: look, the truth is, he is a nasty gut. governor christie: you are going to help to determine who the have a chance to choose from. attacks are flying. versus democrat. sharp barbs were exchange between hillary clinton and presenters. senator sanders: you have received $600,000 in speaking fees from goldman sachs. senator -- mr s. clinton: he voted against we can save lives. lana: the former offered a s performance. mr. clinton: it combined everything. she' ve ever known.
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that bernie sanders came out ahead in last night debate, but we will see what impact that had holes. lana zak, abcs, washington. sean: and at this hour, ted cruz is holding a town hall in the small town of washington. other candidates are meeting donald trump is speaking at afternoon. and john kasich will be in plymouth, hanover, and lebanon. british lawmakers plan to debate u.k. more than 500,000 people signed an online petition calling for trump to be blocked, after he called for a temporary ban on muslims entering the u.s. the debate will not end in a binding vote. coming up, the american held boston today. plus, how the other freed prisoners are doing. hayley: snow showers still moving across new hampshire at this hour. the big thing when you step out, it is the cold and the winds that are now howling.
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corner," we' ll show you how to make a delicious pork loin. a perfect dish for a cold winter
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sean: people gathered to honor the life and legacy of dr. martin luther king. there was a call not just remember the man but to make sure history becomes reality. graber joins us live -- ray brewer joins us live with more. ray: for many people, today is a day off will work but for those who gathered in hollis, it is a day to give thanks for a man and to work to see his dream fulfilled. >> we shall overcome ray: for the 32nd year in a row, outreach for black unity solidity life and legacy of dr. martin luther king. >> dr. king also recognized the commitment and dedication to the
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ray: the mc for the breakfast was shelley walcott, we spoke of the universal appeal of the civil rights leader. shelley: everywhere i have, people think it is necessary and crucial to remember the great jr. ray: the team was "out world, his dream." while some say progress has been made, others say it like history is really taught. >> each textbook taught the same one-dimensional story. the founding fathers bare hands and blacks did not the early 1800s. ray: the breakfast included a attendance to contact voices are heard. >> the message i have for you is this -- how you are to the principles -- how to honor the
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ray: they were encouraged to go out and speak with the presidential candidates to make sure that these ideas become part of the campaign. reporting live in hollis, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: a reminder, tonight, governor maggie hassan and senator kelly ayotte will speak at the annual keeping the dream alive dinner. it' s organized and hosted by the national cultural diversity awareness council. it starts at 6:00 at the radisson in manchester. more now on the 5 americans freed in that prisoner swap with iran. the youngest of them is already back home in boston. abc' s elizabeth hur reports. elizabeth: 5 americans are free of last. >> we are overjoyed he is out. elizabeth: boston university grad student is the first to return home, arriving in massachusetts after being detained for 40 days and iran. three of the ex prisoners are now getting much-needed medical treatment at a u.s. military
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the first off out of iran was geneva, switzerland, where "washington post" reporter jason negotiated his release. espionage. >> he is doing ok. he has been neglected for a long time. elizabeth: former marine, he spent four years in an attorney' s prison that his sister beaming with joy at the news he was freed. >> we looking forward to meeting we are very excited. elizabeth: and pastor' is grateful. >> i told my kids that daddy is will see him soon. elizabeth: the fifth american chose to stay in iran, this as we learn new details of their release. abc news confirming in exchange, the obama administration agreed to release seven iranians charged with violating u.s. sanctions, and to drop arrest
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this on top of being $1.7 billion to settle an old financial dispute with the iranian government. just after the nuclear deal with iran went into effect but the white house maintains the two diplomatic efforts over the nuclear deal actually gave the way for this release to happen. elizabeth hur, abc news, your. sean: good to have them home. meantime from outside, cold. hayley: took a step out and was kind of loan a way that the hair went crazy. -- blown away a little bit. the hair went crazy. talk about how cold it is going to be coming up your sean: cold winter day and you' ve you' re
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and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. >> now, meteorologist hayley lapoint and your storm watch 9 forecast. hayley: the cleanup has begun. you can see in portsmouth we have some blue skies. same thing with the camera in
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totally done with snow compass -- not totally done with snow, especially up north. this shot is in littleton. there are some snow showers. i wouldn' t be surprised if southern areas may get a quick burst of rain and snow showers or snow squall as we go through the afternoon, too. light accumulation from here on out. we are done with the heaviest stuff from the overnight hours. still some white on the radar. primarily in the higher corridor. heaviest snowfall pushing into the gulf of maine there. from freedom to ossipee to wakefield, right across the big lake, wondering snow showers. still overpriced -- overcast across the area. right on 93 in the londonderry
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dusting. this could actually be dangerous for these things moving through. take it easy on the road race if you come across the snow showers and snow squalls. much colder air, big bubble of cold air off towards the west of us. temperatures in the twin cities. much colder air on the way. morning long. 21 degrees and laconia. temperatures will continue to go downward because of the cold air streaming in year. look at the wind speeds. sustained winds. 18 miles per hour in manchester. look at the cost, up in your 20, winds are cranking.
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seven degrees in the cornea. seven in jaffrey. cold air when you are trying to shovel the snow. mentioned. tomorrow we will be bright and sunny. tomorrow looks like a bright day. ski day, if you happen to have the day off tomorrow. look at the forecast for today. s and the afternoon. tonight, bitterly cold night. a few mountain snow showers friday sunny cold. over the weekend, watching for significant storm on saturday. in some locations. we will keep you updated as we
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sean: thanks. we' unwind and key west cafe bottle of champagne. here. we will do one of the most popular dishes. for tenderloin medallions. -- pork tenderloin medallions. what we are pointed to, start off here with diced and finished pork tenderloin medallions. we have taken off all the fat. fresh meat. syria in the pan. -- searing in the pan. always have in the restaurant. basically, salt, pepper, garlic, a little onion, a little bit of women' s
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sean: so much fun, drinking some wine, having fun dishes you have there. scott: unwind has been a great spot, my baby for 15 years. a little tough to find inside the plaza. the theory has always been that once you get in and get the parking lot and everything behind you, it is a wonderful spot. sean: sit and relax. scott: everyone says ways report so tender and moist? we take the hot pan and we put that right in the oven. sean: you can do that? scott: pan is already hot, already seared. keep it searing in the oven and that locks in all the juices. the addition to department giant, our gnocchi cream. a long time ago. it is just stock. so very popular.
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cook it down. add roasted plantings, sweet potatoes, both those ingredients very popular. we also added but the -- added butternut squash. red peppers, onions, a little bit of corn. essential -- and then we have placed up and rendered down some bacon. sean: can' t go wrong with that. about 30 seconds left here. scott: get that cooktop, and a little bit of half-and-half just to bring out the richest and at the flavors together. do all this while the work is cooking in the onion. sean: for folks to of never been there, you have combined the operations. scott: i love the caribbean vibe, it is in my blood. we have a little bit mixture of both going. we have the caribbean many
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menu and we do them both for breakfast on sunday and lunch and dinner as well. sean: got to wrap it up. where are you located? scott: 865 2nd street in the melancon plaza. take the pork tenderloin.
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hayley: a few scattered snow showers through the afternoon, and watching the weekend for some snow. sean: starting tonight at 5:00, a new report online disease says think. have a great afternoon.
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