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a timeline of when it starts to quiet down. tom: bernie sanders now has a commanding lead in the democratic race according to the latest wmur-cnn granite state poll. but it' s another number in support of sanders that even has pollsters surprised. shelley: you might not know ll be on your ballot on primary day. the debate between the lesser-known presidential tom: there' s room for 20 people at this new recovery center in manchester. and the man behind it has a personal connection to the fight against addiction. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news9 tonight. shelley: right now, the hunt is on in raymond for two men, accused of breaking into a home on chester road this evening and then stealing the homeowner' s car. good evening, i' m shelley walcott. tom: i' m tom griffith. wmur' s jean mackin is at the scene to tell us about the struggle between the homeowner
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got away with. jean: at this hour, police are posted outside the house here on as chester road. across the entrance to the driveway as they investigator reported home invasion here. we talked to raymond police in the past hour and they say there is a statewide search for two this home around 5:30 tonight. inside. s a homeowner was a man or woman. they say the suspects struggled with the homeowner before restraining the homeowner with duct tape. lisa not elaborating on what kind of wrestling memorabilia was stolen. here is what they did say just a few minutes ago.
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male subjects with black masks. they entered the residence and took some wrestling memorabilia and the subjects dodge charger. jean: that is a black 2010 dodge charger, possibly with some minor damage to the rear bumper from the escape. the home invasion suspects are only described as white men, no further description given. police are not saying if any weapons were reportedly used in the home invasion. they tell us the homeowner is ok and the cert is active in statewide, looking for that lack 2010 dodge charger. anyone with information is urged to give the police the call. tom: also right now, bedford police are searching for the woman in this surveillance picture. employees at t.d. bank on south river road say she walked in and demanded money around 5:30 this afternoon. the woman claimed she had a weapon but didn' t show one.
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no one was hurt. call police if you recognize her. shelley: the wind and the winter temperatures combined for a frigid feel today. right now allied look outside to manchester where it is only 17 degrees. another cold day is on the way, but we' ll get a little relief from the wind. let' s check in with chief meteorologist mike haddad. mike: we get a little relieved, not as gusty. still gusts 20-30. that extra bite in the air and the wind chill will still have day on wednesday. right now on average in the teens, temperatures climb the little bit over 6000 feet atop core of the cold arctic air is retreating, but the winds are still active.
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many spots, including two degrees below in concord. the north and west. when will temperatures begin to about that chance for snow over the weekend? all of that straight ahead. tom: in commitment 2016, we are exactly three weeks from the new hampshire primary, and our latest wmur cnn granite state poll shows the democratic race might be turning into a landslide. the poll shows bernie sanders now has an enormous 27 point lead over hillary clinton, 60 to 33%. among young people his support gets even bigger under the age of 35. . sanders has 81% support to clinton' s 17%. on the gender gap, what was a point tilt in favor of sanders among new hampshire women when it comes to favorability, clinton does well with 65%
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comparison to bernie sanders who has a massive favorability rating in new hampshire of 91%, shocking even poll pollsters. >> have you ever seen a candidate with this type of favorability number? >> i have never seen a candidate for any office with favoibility this high, its staggering. >> in this poll, 52% of those asked say they have yet to definitely make up their minds and former maryland governor martin o' malley only registered 2% support. shelley: a volunteer for ben carson' s presidential campaign has died from the injuries he suffered in a car crash. a van was driving in western iowa this morning, carrying three carson volunteers and a paid staffer. it flipped onto its side on an icy road and another vehicle hit it. the others in the van were treated at a hospital. carson has suspended his campaign events. while texas senator ted cruz campaigns in new hampshire, iowa' s governor gave him an anti-endorsement. iowa governors have typically
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but today, republican governor terry branstad said that iowans should reject cruz because he doesn' t support renewable fuels like ethanol. texas' s oil industry. said the governor' s remarks are in response to his rise in the polls. >> it is no surprise that the establishment is in full panic mode. we said at the beginning that the washington cartel was going to panic more and more as conservatives unite behind our campaign. shelley renewable fuels are a : key issue in iowa where farmers grow the corn and soybeans used in them. tom: republican donald trump gained a high-profile supporter today. former republican vice presidential candidate sarah palin announced her endorsement today at a rally in iowa. trump called it an honor. ohio governor john kasich wrapped up a day in new hampshire with a town hall meeting in hopkinton.
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his campaign. >> i was on the radio this morning and people say all you do is see ads, and i don' t know what to believe. i think this is where the ground game really matters and we have, i think, one of the best ground games they' ve ever seen in this state. tom: kasich' s agenda for tomorrow includes addressing the new hampshire house and a town hall meeting. shelley: it' s a primary tradition that dates back to 1972. the crowd gathered in saint anselm to listen to the candidates who are not often heard. adam sexton takes us inside the high-profile debate with low-profile candidates. adam: their desire to serve is real. lesser-known candidates gathered at the new hampshire institute of politics tuesday for their moment in the first-in-the-nation spotlight. >> this is the year that people are seriously looking at other candidates the non-professional , politician. adam but even with extra : attention on the outsiders this cycle, these guys are
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>> the president should be elected and not selected. there' s a very good chance that abraham lincoln, today, wouldn' t make the cut. adam there' s a reason some here : are considered fringe andy martin started the birther movement and now has his eye on ted cruz' status as a natural born american. >> obama had two of the 3 qualifications. he was born here and his mother was an american. he lacked one. cruz has only one of them, the mother. he was born in canada and his father was cuban, so it' s a tough question. adam among the 18 lesser-known : democrats candidates from across the political spectrum with messages ranging from racial. >> dignity for white people. to 60' s-style peace and love. >> treat everyone with love, forgiveness, mercy, tolerance. adam one familiar face we didn' t : see on the stage tonight belongs to the man with the boot on his head, primary prankster
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debate. adam: saint anselm banned mr. supreme from the debate because of what he did here in the last candidate. supreme said he targeted randall terry because of his anti-gay >> apparently doing that disinvited me to this here event adam: any regrets? >> i would do the same thing, adam in manchester, adam sexton, : wmur news 9. tom: islamic state is acknowledging the death of the masks -- masked militant known as jihadi john. the u.s. military announced back in november that one of its airstrikes had likely killed him. jihadi john had appeared in several videos showing the murders of hostages, including new hampshire journalist james foley. an intelligence group that tracks terrorist activity reported that the islamic state published a eulogizing profile
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magazine. shelley: a new recut -- recovery facility in manchester hosted its grand opening today. while the price to live here is welcome in the city struggling with a drug problem. >> the first time i drank i was 10 years old. the substance abuse can really kicked in when i was about 12 or 13 and i was fully addicted to substances by the time i was 15 or 16. shelley: gagne has been in long term recovery for nearly eight years now. and has devoted his life to helping other people overcome addiction. it' s the reason he' s opened this new recovery center, for men, in manchester. >> i' ve worked in other facilities, and ultimately there was just really a gap between what services were provided, and i had a particular idea of what i wanted to do. and this is where live free really was born. shelley: live free structured
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foot victorian home with room for 20 residents. besides a 12-step recovery program, guests can also participate in meditation workshops, family support meetings. even field trips. >> the men who aren' t here today, they' re actually out on a ski trip. shelley: but this type of private care isn' t cheap. it costs more than $1700 a month. still, manchester mayor ted gatsas says the city could use more facilities like it. >> it' s wonderful. because this atmosphere is like and if we' help there' than an atmosphere that feels like home. shelley: and while gagne admits the price to his facility is steep, he says he had to start the ball rolling, in a place where rehab facilities are becoming more scarce. >> it came to a place where privately i have to start something because there needs to be something out there. shelley: for more information on
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link on our website, tom: in the new hampshire t always guarantee you' re remembered as a winner. comeback kid.' . tom: coming up on news 9 tonight bill clinton finished second but came away as a winner. we' ll explain how candidates have won and lost, based on expectations not votes. mike: a few flakes in northern new hampshire otherwise dry for the rest of the week. i'
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tom: belmont police managed to track an accused burglar by following his footprints in the snow. police say jospeh mazzitelli tried to break into multiple homes yesterday along forest drive while residents were asleep. officers say footprints showed mazzitelli got into one home through the garage and had prowled around the windows of another. he now faces burglary charges. shelley: in new hampshire primary, a win is not always a win and a loss is not always a loss. some candidates have found themselves with a margin of victory that wasn' t considered big enough while others have famously turned second place into a win. wmur' s josh mcelveen has more tonight about the different expectations candidates face. josh for more than half of its : 100 year history, the new hampshire primary has been a watershed moment in presidential campaigns by acting to narrow the field. some candidates move on after strong showings, those who under perform head home. but what is a winner in new
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david carney of hancock, a republican strategist who' s been involved in six presidential primary campaigns, says getting the most votes doesn' t necessarily mean you' ve won. >> it' s totally about perception, and campaigns try to manipulate that perception, and really the audience that sets the expectations is the media. how they report the race. >> joe grandmaison of rye, is a former new hampshire democratic party chairman whose involvement in presidential campaigns began in 1972, when he witnessed part of the expectations game firsthand. >> i listened to frank mankiewicz as he convinced george mcgovern that mcgovern should go downstairs to the ballroom and accept the victory. josh: mcgovern convinced the media that he was the effective winner of the ' 72 primary despite losing to ed muskie, who had been predicted to win in a landslide. mcgovern went on to win the democratic nomination. >> bring it 20 years later, i decided that clinton ought to
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>> my recommendation to the campaign, i contacted them and harassed them with my suggestion was that clinton come down and claim the same thing at 5 minutes past 8, so the stations would go live and he would get the lead at that point in time. josh: to this day, many people still remember clinton as the winner, even though paul tsongas beat him. and while clinton was declaring victory, drama was playing out on the republican side, and carney was in the middle of it. he remembered it as the terrible night. president george h.w. bush lost the new hampshire primary by winning, beating insurgent pat buchanan by 15%. more damaging were the exit polls, some of which showed bush barely leading buchanan and others showing buchanan slightly ahead. >> it looked close during the day and the reporters started to say that it was a great defeat for the president, when in actuality on election day, when the votes were counted, bush had won. josh but the damage had been : done. >> it was like a big story, a big upset, the national
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was for bush. josh it brought back memories of : 1968, when an upstart u.s. senator, eugene mccarthy of minnesota, essentially ended the reelection hopes for president lyndon baines johnson. amid the backdrop of the vietnam war, mccarthy won by losing to johnson in new hampshire, 50 to 42%. >> you win, but is not a big enough wind, and therefore you lost. josh mcelveen, wmur news 9 shelley wmur political reporter : john distaso breaks down some of the expectations presidential candidates have to beat this year in a story on while you' re there, sign up to get john' s weekly column, new hampshire primary source, delivered to your inbox. >> now, chief meteorologist mike haddad with your storm watch 9 forecast.
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miles brow or along the coast. time lapse photos up their market square where we did have a little bit of patchy snow left over on the sides of the roads. overall not too bad in terms of road conditions out there. those gusts again over 40 at times. seven below the average, but look at the morning low today, not all that frigid. factor in the wind and it did feel downright arctic out there. the sunset now at 4:40 in the afternoon. it cold into tomorrow morning and a wind chill factor right around zero is not a little below at times. over the next couple of days, still quite easy though not as gusty as today. already five mile-per-hour winds but we' re not expecting higher than 35 or 40. temperatures back in the mid to upper 20' s as opposed to upper teens and lower 20' s.
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we get to the weekend. the big question is where does it go after that. there will be some parts of the mid-atlantic region possibly as far north as new york city and nearing parts of southern new england that will see a lot of snow out of the storm. whether it makes it into new hampshire it is still too early to call. snow showers flying underneath the radar and an additional 1-3 inches expected by tomorrow morning. good news for snowmobile trails and cross-country skiing across the great north woods. 10-15 on average, a few spots a little above that. driving the wind chill factor down your zero many spots. you can see it right around for above in spots, all dependent on the wind gust. 33 malls for our still in
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the wind gusts reflected on futurecast right through tomorrow, 20 happened 35 and then thursday, still quite gusty , up to 25 miles per hour as a reinforcing shot of colder built-in and there' s a lot of that building in from southeastern canada. a lot of energy in the pacific northwest, this is the energy for the weekend storm that will develop off the mid-atlantic coast line and about friday afternoon into friday night we will see that storm cranking out a lot of snow over portions of eastern kentucky, right through virginia and toward the nation' s capital. where does the storm track after that? most computer guidance takes the heavy snow south of new hampshire and we just get rushed. keep in mind tomorrow is the key day when all the computer models
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the energy for the storm has been over the pacific. now we will get a pretty good idea of the track overnight and into tomorrow but some models are spitting out over two feet of snow right now places like baltimore and philadelphia. how far north does that get? tom: let' s find out some who
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jamie: it was nearly upset city tonight, maine playing the number one team in the country, quinnipiac. this game had new hampshire written all over it. here in the second period, brendan robbins gets a goal to make it 3-1. his first career goal. he also had an assist. robbins is a freshman from nashua. both head coaches are new hampshire natives. bedford's rand peknold for
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berlin for umaine. the game ended in a 3-3 tie. it seemed like good timing for the bruins to play the montreal canadiens tonight. 2 straight wins for boston coming in. 4 straight losses for the struggling canadiens. let's see if those trends held true as they played at bell centre. first period, bruins in black and max talbot scores an unassisted goal. cool goal, he left canadiens all over the ice. 1-0 bruins after one. 1-1 in the 2nd. bruins on the attack, and finally on the backside, patrice bergeron is able to slide it under the montreal goalie mike condon. 2-1 bruins after 2 periods. then david pasternak gives the bruins a 2 goal lead all the way around the net for his 4th goal of the season 3-1. brad marchand added an empty netter and the bruins win 4-1. flames and devils. and how good has former dartmouth star lee stempniak' s career been? he scored tonight for new jersey in the 2nd period, assisted by now 32-years-old he has 11 goals this season, with 22 assists and
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402 points. the devils one tonight for-two. high school boys basketball wilton-lyndeborough at the . wilton-lyndeborough at the newmarket mules. newmarket is in white. wilton' s ty currier knocks down a three pointer. close game at the half, the warriors were up 25-24. newmarket came out firing in the 3rd quarter. cam jordan with a three pointer. a good defensive play here, steal by casey lane, and he takes it all the way in for the layup. craig hounam posts up inside for newmarket. wilton wins it 56-44 over the mules. girls high school hoops salem at , winnacunnet. salem in blue. how about this play? alexandra sirmaian with a shot, but it is blocked by meg knollmeyer, who takes it all the way in for the layup. the warriors jumped out to an 11-0 lead before sirmaian finally hit this 3 pointer to get the blue devils on the board. winnacunnet goes inside here, katie valcich to knollmeyer. valcich scored a dozen. the warriors win at home 55-35.
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illustrated for this week. peyton manning and tom brady are featured, with the title " the last tango." manning vs brady 17. they are set to collide in the afc championship game on sunday at 3:00. an injury move by the denver broncos that affects this sunday's big game against the pats. safety omar bolden was placed on injured reserve with a right knee injury, so he will not play again this season. not only was bolden valuable on defense, he is also the broncos leading punt and kickoff returner. for the pats, linebacker jerod mayo went on the ir list today. tomorrow we will get more information on injured patriot jamie collins and chandler jones as well. tom: a wish granted for a boy from vermont who has been fighting cancer for years. shelley: where he drew the inspiration for his own comic
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tom: a wish come true for a boy in vermont who is fighting cancer. make-a-wish vermont sent 12-year-old eli straight to marvel headquarters in new york city. shelley vermont senator patrick : leahy and several superheroes delivered the finished product to eli yesterday. his dad says it now appears the cancer he has been fighting
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