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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 i approve this message. kevin: now at noon, the icy wind continues through this evening. how long the temperatures go and we will look at the trends. sean: a man accused of entering a woman' s apartment and holding her against her will in court. the serious charges he faces. a man accused of getting into a rage case which involve power tools learns his feet. and water crisis. as residents of flint, michigan, cope with lead-contaminated water, new calls for the state' s governor to step down. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
national captioning institute, which is responsible for its visit ncicap.org] sean: if you stepped outside today, you know how cold it is good live look from colebrook, noon time. i am sean mcdonald. it' s the winds too. in fact, wildcat mountain was forced to close today because the winds were too strong to s turn to kevin skarupa. cold one out there, given. kevin: absolutely. quite as gusty, will still be around an extremely noticeable tonight and into tomorrow. quite a few clouds south and areas of light snow and shall no showers -- and snow showers country. from there we are looking at the winds to break down later on tomorrow night and early on thursday, and then all eyes to the west for the next system.
single digits, teens and low 20' s. the winds in which a dusting 35 miles an hour, winchell' s in the single digits. likely not going anywhere through at least tomorrow morning before we moderate temperatures. from there, it is the next system we' re tracking. all the details on the futurecast in a few minutes. sean: now to some breaking news just into our newsroom. please have confirmed that police have confirmed from aiken high school has been evacuated there. apparently students are safe, important to know could not known in this hour if this that is connected to a rash of recent bomb threats in massachusetts. a jaffrey man has led to the in involving rather unusual weapons. it happened along route 101 in raymond in june. a roadside brawl that police say began as two drivers signalled each other to pull over. wmur' s jennifer crompton was in
hearing and has details. jennifer: law enforcement of the time described this as a road rage and did it with a twist they had seen before -- they had not seen before. they responded to the scene along route 101 in raymond in june to find 2 men finding -- fighting. according to the state, used a mac like flashlight, striking the other man in the light and grind. that man allegedly used an angle grinder against anderson, hitting him in the head and abdomen. they' ll was in court tuesday morning to us -- bell was in court tuesday month to accept the states plea agreement. apparently the other man involved is fighting the case. >> my understanding is mr. anderson has filed a notice of defense in this matter.
misdemeanor pleas, even with the reckless driving. jennifer: bell received a have to take a driver safety course. tonight, what the other man says happened that day. for now, jennifer crompton, wmur news 9. sean: in manchester this noon, a man is facing the judge did manchester police say 48-year-old jeffrey o' neill allegedly had a knife and assaulting them threatened and cap the victim against her will. he fled the scene but was found the next day. he is charged with kidnapping, burglary, and possession of a deadly weapon. a nashua man is accused of stabbing a man during a fight. police say neal sevieri allegedly stabbed a man on his neck, forehead, and shoulder. he was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. sevieri faces 3 counts of first degree assault. a manchester man pleads guilty to possessing child porn. 57-year-old warren robinson was
warrant allegedly turned up dozens of inappropriate videos of children on his computer. robinson faces up to 10 years in prison, at least 5 years of supervised release, and a fine up to $250,000. tonight we are releasing new numbers in our granite state poll. there are several headlines for bernie sanders and hillary clinton good with three weeks to focus of the final days of the campaign trail here in new hampshire. we will break down all the numbers tonight at 5:00. a handful of republican candidates will be hitting the campaign trail in new hampshire ted cruz has events planned in sanbornville, center barnstead, rochester, and rye. and john kasich will be attending events in hillsborough, henniker, concord,
announcement and special guest at an event in iowa today. this comes as the billionaire candidate is neck and neck with ted cruz ahead of the iowa caususes. questioned cruz' s eligibility to become president, because he was born in canada. senator cruz: we need a leader who is prepared to do whatever is needed to keep this country safe, not typically doesn' t include spending your time on twitter. sean: meanwhile, bernie sanders will head back to iowa today is full show him gaining ground against hillary clinton. by now, you' the candidates' policies and positions on the issues. so we' re taking a look at the personal side of the presidential hopefuls. join us for our candidate cafe special this thursday night at 9:00, here on wmur. continues today off the coast of hawaii. 12 crew members were aboard two marine choppers when they crashed thursday night.
the aircraft yesterday, but crew. corporal christopher orlando of hingham, massachusetts is among the missing. former patriots player and convicted killer aaron hernandez is getting ready to head back to court. a date could be set today for his next murder case. hernandez will be on trial for a boston nightclub. he is already serving life for a busy day of hearings at the statehouse. a series of legislative hearings on marijuana are underway right now. this afternoon, lawmakers will hear a proposal on legalizing the possession and cultivation of marijuana for personal use. meanwhile, lawmakers in vermont are holding a series of public hearings on a proposal to legalize small amounts of marijuana for personal use. there are actually several bills relating to marijuana up for discussion. the senate judiciary committee will decide later this month whether any of the proposals
what residents of flint, michigan are demanding. and how lawmakers are responding . and school lunches -- the changes that may be coming to your child' s cafeteria . kevin: cold air and icy wind funneling in for the time being. all the trends to our west could point to snow over the weekend. sean: plus, in today' s "grow it green," we' ll show you how to
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sean: outrage is growing over the the water crisis in flint, michigan. the mayor is headed to washington to ask the white house for more help. this comes as michigan' s
governor is poised to give his state of the state address tonight. but he' s expected to be greeted by protesters enraged by the crisis. reporter reid binion has the story. reid: angry protesters in flint, michigan, calling for the rest of governor rick snyder, as residents cope with lead contaminated water flowing into their homes. it started in april 2014 when the state temporarily switch to the water source the notoriously dirty flint river. it was a cost-saving measure
the water flow through service lines made of the noxious element into homes. the water source was switch in october but the damage to the pipes was done good with the state using the national guard to hand out
clean water. president obama declared an emergency on saturday but a flint city councilman says much more is needed and available. >> the state of emergency gives us a $5 million cap, which the president has already signed for disaster declaration, we could more. reid: the crisis is sparking activists, and presidential candidates. senator sanders: what i did is demand the resignation of the governor. a man who asked that irresponsibly should not be in power. reid: snyder responded "political statements from candidates only for this the
this comes as sean: the white house has yet to weigh in on a bipartisan agreement that would give public schools more flexibility when it comes to healthy school lunches. the bill would ease requirements on whole grains and give schools more time to reduce sodium content. many schools have complained that the standards supported by first lady michelle obama are burdensome and that students simply won' t eat the options. a new u.n. report says nearly 19,000 civilians in iraq were killed, and more than 36,000 others wounded between january 1, 2014 and october 31, 2015. the report details killings by the islamic state group including shootings, beheadings , and people being burned alive. the report also says the islamic state group is believed to be holding 3500 people, mostly women and children. you step outside the door today, you will be greeted by cold temperatures.
things moderate. sean: could be some snow on the way. just because it' s cold outside doesn' t mean you can' t enjoy some nice plants inside. we' ll give you some suggestions in today' s "grow it green." now to our hotshot this is squeak the cat enjoying one of our noon newscasts. you consomm in your pictures and video by logging onto
called a quitter and i won't quit on you. to do the toughest job in the world. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> now meteorologist kevin skarupa with your storm watch nine forecast. kevin: a very chilly afternoon. if you are outdoors for any length of time, you need to be bundled up out there as we watch the temperatures slowly work their way back. cloud cover in central and north we continue to see areas of light snow form, especially mountains. winds seven gusting over 100 miles an hour atop mount washington.
s, below zero over the last few hours. cover has been moving into central and southern new bit of a break in that as the sunny breaks to partial sunshine. open the north country, snow forming north of the border in canada and will continue to slides south. this system in the central plains will pass to our south through the mid-atlantic states on thursday. all the top over the last couple of days has been with this system, which is starting the energy to make its way onshore. as that
happens, the weather balloons that take a lot of the computer model information to figure out a track and intensity and precipitation type all-star to come better of a formulation. now we can get a little better of a read as to what this might do by the end of the week. 4 days away from any sort of arrival here. as far as temperatures now,
light snow up north. cap -- bear in mind, you have the wind which sustained is going 10-20 miles an hour. a sustained wind of 100 miles an hour going up to 120 miles an hour there. occasional gusts for the rest of us, where most of us live, below 6000 feet, going out around 35 hour. the windchill is hovering around in the single digits above and anywhere. temperatures cool off later this themselves later tonight will be in the single digits and teens. still, overnight and tomorrow, partial sunshine not only tomorrow but likely through thursday and friday, with that system, as i mentioned, in the central plains passing to our south. the next system we will watch from there finally starts to make its way out of the rockies on thursday and then starts to track east, northeast.
snowfall to our south to d.c., philadelphia, new york city. that would keep the heaviest portion of the storm to our south. but it is close enough that it is worth keeping an i on the next couple days. just truly now starting to make its way along the west coast of the united states. icy afternoon with temperatures in the teens, low 20' s. that continues tonight. s likely tomorrow start off. chilly breeze noticeable tomorrow but lightening up with fair skies tomorrow. another round of computer maps this afternoon. let' s head to "grow it green." ray: welcome to today' green." as always, i' m joined by margaret hagen from unh cooperative extension. happy new year to you. also for another year of "grow it green"? margaret: i am, yes.
with unusual plants, some things you may not have seen before t you start with that one to the right? margaret: yeah, this is called a lipstick plant, and this is the because they pull also over and back on themselves. ray: almost look like circles. unusual, little bit fun, different. there? margaret: you can pretty much mountain these on anything and they will grow. they get nutrients from misting, and from things they catch in the air. they are very low care. ray: and then right in front of you here? margaret: state plan, or sometimes people call the mother-in-law' s tongues. it has so many stripes of white validation. ray: i'
looks like something out of a painting. margaret: it does. and actually, the name of it is picasso' s paintbrush. it has a slightly unusual, more vertical growth habit. lots of yellows and oranges and purples and greens in it. ray: something we want to focus on, to come in front, something that looks like it would have been perfect for kids for the holidays. margaret: it would have been. a bear growing on a wireframe. the iv has been planted in the back and it will grow over the can print it with a pair of scissors to any shape you want. t that long ago we did a segment on carnivorous plants, and we have a couple more here. margaret: we do. i mentioned it is really easy to find and buy carnivorous plants. this has some venus fly traps. this is a hanging pitcher plant. ray: you can see the picture here.
home. ray: one other thing, we have a pamphlet, i believe. margaret: really quick. this is leopard plans, and that is a little olive tree. you can also buy plants from the state force nursery and even go online or call and order. christmas tree plants, native plants, wildlife packages. if you are interested in growing new things out doors, this would be a way to get started.
sean: break out the kernels. today is national popcorn day. according to the popcorn board, i' ve always wanted to be on that board americans eat about 13 , billion, yes, with a ' b' , quarts of popped popcorn each year. that equals to about 41 quarts per man, woman, and child. quick math in my head right there. if you had problems logging into twitter this morning, you' re not alone. the social media site went down all over the world for a few hours this morning. users attempting to access the site got messages warning the network was over capacity or was suffering from an internal error.
part, just before 6:00 this morning. a lot of folks were getting on to read my tweets. kevin: on monday thing, not a tuesday morning thing. sean: it was frustrating. kevin: cold winds tomorrow and their big question mark for saturday, how much snow we will see. sean: tonight at 5:00, new guidelines on how to handle the common cold. which medicines doctors are using too much. and the supreme court will take about president obama' s immigration plan. a ruling should come weeks
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