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erin: a manhunt is underway. a violent home invasion and robbery in raymond. the homeowner was bound with duct tape. >> sanders would probably win if the primary were held today. sean: new poll numbers show a significant change. it does not seem to be close. kevin: not as gusty today, we will talk about the trends for
erin: manchester police seized tens of thousands of dollars worth of drugs during an early morning raid. it is one drug in particular they are glad to get off the streets. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good morning, new hampshire. a lot of people talking about what we are going to get from the potential storm this weekend. sean: it looks like the brunt of it is going to the south of us. kevin: i think the heaviest of it will be down through the mid-atlantic states. the focus as it continues to move onshore is for that storm to track farther to the south. we have fairly cloudy conditions out there. winds are still a big factor. temperatures today likely aren' t going to get much above 30 in
into the afternoon, we are talking temperatures in the s. we will have all the details coming up in just a bit. let' s take a look at your wednesday morning ride. we are joined live by 95.7 wzid' s deb davidson. good wednesday morning. deb: good wednesday morning. the roads in new hampshire remain nice and quiet. we do have some road construction to tell you about on 293 and the everett turnpike. remain closed for construction, as well. 101 and 111 are moving well from east to west across the state. we are getting word from the dot that they have closed the open road tolling lane on 95 southbound for some maintenance.
from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: police are searching for two men accused of breaking into a home in raymond. erin: ray brewer is live at the police department for us. police have now recovered some evidence, right? ray: that' s right. a key piece of evidence. police also telling us that the two men forced their way inside that home and struggled with that homeowner. after the struggle, the homeowner was bound with duct tape before the attackers went through the house and stole several small items, as well as some wrestling memorabilia before taking off in the homeowner' s car. a statewide manhunt got underway last night. investigators say the homeowner
injuries in the attack, but they the suspects. >> two male subjects with black masks, one being 6' 2", one being about five foot eight entered the residence and took some wrestling memorabilia and the subject' s. charger. ray: as for that key piece of evidence that was recovered, you 2010 black dodge charger. police are not telling us if any weapons were used in this home invasion. continues. ok. ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: thank you. investigators say a fire in somersworth that sent a man to the hospital yesterday evening started in a second-floor
when firefighters arrived, they found flames on the second floor and an injured man outside. the injuries were severe enough to have that person flown to boston to be treated. the fire cost about $75,000 in damage. the cause remains under investigation. sean: the fbi is investigating after a series of bomb threats to schools across the eastern seaboard. students at farmington high school or evacuated after a message was found written on the wall of a boy' s bathroom. there were calls to other schools, claiming there were pipe bombs in the buildings. >> it is upsetting. we are close to finals. it is really an annoyance. sean: similar calls were received at 20 schools in massachusetts.
erin: the new hampshire primary is less than three weeks away. the latest poll shows that the democratic race may be turning into a landslide, but not the way many had predicted. the poll shows bernie sanders with 60% support compared to just 33% for clinton. the divide is even greater among young people under the age of 35 -- sanders has 81% to clinton' s 17%. women voters are tilting in favor of the vermont senator. clinton still has a 65% favorability rating, but it is a far cry from the 91% for sanders. half of voters have not made up their minds. >> a lot of time in primaries, voters opinions can be very volatile. i think the results of iowa are
erin: in this poll, former maryland governor martin o' malley was a very distant third with 2% support. former president bill clinton will be in concord today trying to rally support for his wife. several republican hopefuls are crisscrossing the state. jeb bush, marco rubio, ted cruz, john kasich him and chris christie all have stops planned in manchester. sean: police have seized $35,000 worth of drugs after rating an apartment. they found mostly fentanyl. it is also sometimes mixed with heroin. three people were arrested on drug-related charges. raids like this will help save lives, police say. >> i' m very pleased with this arrest. this is a significant arrest, particularly given the amount of fentanyl seized. each one of those doses is a
it is the fentanyl that is today. sean: they also seized cocaine, crack cocaine, and heroin during the raid. erin: police are looking for a gunman after two people were shot at the maverick t station yesterday. an argument on board a blue line plane -- train spilled onto the platform. one man was shot as he started to get off the train. another was shot on the platform. witnesses say it was terrifying. >> people were moving away from the doors. the first instinct was to recoil. >> right when the doors open, you heard boom, boom, boom. >> we heard a shot. erin: both victims were taken to area hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries. blue line service was suspended for two hours while police investigated. sean: very frightening.
option in manchester for addicts looking to recover. this private facility is a little different. erin: new reports on the humanitarian crisis in iraq. homes are being destroyed. sean: in the next half hour, there are dozens of names on the new hampshire primary ballot and some of the lesser-known candidates got their chance in the spotlight last night. new day for america is responsible for the content of this advertising. who do you like in this election? not sure yet. whoever gets something done. we've gone from eight billion in the hole, to two billion in the
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...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 i approve this message. kevin: a live look from the androscoggin valley hospital camera. today, may be a few breaks of sunshine into the afternoon as the atmosphere starts to dry out
our next system will be over the weekend. erin: a new recovery facility is now open in manchester, providing several options for men recovering from addiction. sean: a live free structured sober living is located in a victorian home with room for 20 residents. guests can participate in meditation workshops, a family support meeting. it does cost more than $1700 per month, but it fills a desperate need. >> i' ve worked in other facilities. ultimately, there was a gap provided. i had a particular idea of what i wanted to do. >> it is wonderful. this atmosphere is like home. if we are going to try to get people help, there is no better place than in an atmosphere that feels like home.
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 and i approve this
message. sean: officials have suspended the search for 12 marines missing after two helicopters crashed off the coast of hawaii. a memorial is planned for friday. all for life rafts were found
one of the missing marines is from massachusetts. a deadly assault on a university in northwest pakistan resulted in a gun battle that lasted four hours and it is now over. the pakistani taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack that has left 20 people dead and at least 50 others hurt. several explosions were heard as armed militants stormed to the campus overnight. the army said the operation to end the attack is finally over. in iraq, amnesty international bulldozed, blown up, and burned down thousands of homes in villages recaptured from isis. amnesty says that it could amount to war crimes. nearly 19,000 civilians were killed in iraq between january 2014 and october 2015 was nearly
sean: "game of thrones" is must watch tv for a lot of those out there. virginia tech recently offered a course on "game of thrones." the professor says why -- that the class is tied to fantasy and how it is used to perceive the middle ages. mcdonald' s is rolling out mc choco-potato. the combination is only available in japan for a limited time. sorry, kevin. right now, there are no plans to bring it to the united states. erin: they do have the chocolate covered potato chips. this is sort of a twist on that?
ilet-o-fish is still where it needs to be? leave it alone. back away. sean: you focused right in on that. kevin: there are certain things that are pretty important. that and the shamrock shake. and the eggnog shake. we have partly cloudy skies across the area in what should be a brisk day. the winds should be gusty. early this morning, fairly quiet start. there is that noticeable breeze which is knocking wind chill' s back into the single digits. otherwise, the lingering snowflakes should start to gradually wither away through the afternoon. two systems over the lower 48. the more active pattern kicks in.
branch of the jet stream. the first one you are seeing through the ohio valley will be sliding to our south later on tomorrow. the fair skies continue until the next one attempts to arrive later on saturday or early sunday. the wind is sustained, 10-20 miles per hour. that is a reality into the afternoon. wind chill readings, single-digit' s above and below zero. highs by later this afternoon, upper range of the teens up north to near 30 degrees in southern areas. the wind is going to make it feel a lot colder. partial sunshine tomorrow and into friday, as well. it looks like even some early son on saturday. there are some to trends with
the main timeframe looks to be saturday night and early sunday for the closest pass. the other trend is for the storm system to be suppressed a little bit farther to the south. it does not mean we will not see snow from the system, but the foot-plus of snow come of the bonanza of snow, would likely be from the virginia north carolina border, but up through the mid-atlantic states. maybe even cape cod. up here, we would be on the very northern fringes if it were to lift far enough north. that is the $1 million question right now. in southern parts of new england, it will likely be getting going. most of saturday should be just
it is saturday evening and most of sunday for the best chances. erin: all right. we do want to check our top stories. we start off with ray brewer. ray: raymond police have covered a key piece of evidence following a home invasion. the suspects stole the homeowner' s car, but they raymond police have recovered that 2010 black dodge charger. this happened at about 5:30 last night on chester road. after the struggle, the homeowner was bound with duct tape. officers were posted outside the home last night as a statewide manhunt got underway. erin: a man is in a boston number'
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have no hangover. last year, they announced they had a vaccine that could cure aids, cancer, mers, and ebola. sean: when i was in a restaurant last year, i asked for the rice to be scorched a little bit. erin: eli really wanted to create his own comic and now he has it thanks to make it wish. he got to visit marvel in new york city. all the characters in the comic book he created are based on his friends. his cancer appears to be in remission after 10 years of fighting it. this is wonderful news on so many different fronts. thank goodness that his health has improved. sean: his friends are pretty pumped to be part of the story. coming up, should the moon get a
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like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. sean: welcome back. good morning, everybody. january 20, wednesday morning. a gorgeous look at the sunrise. there. we are going to take a look at first, the top stories. a statewide search is underway for two men who broke into a house in raymond and restrained the homeowner with duct tape. bedford police are trying to track down this woman they say robbed the td bank on south
two presidential debates were held in manchester last night. two dozen of the lesser-known candidates had a chance to be in the spotlight. sean: yesterday was one of those days where you prepare everything before you get out of the car so you can move
as fast as you can. erin: or you are holding on to the door -- kevin: or you are holding on to the door so it doesn' t fly off. we are looking at a good deal of sunshine south of the white mountains. we are looking at temperatures making their way up into the 20' s. sean: a couple of white knuckle moments driving on the roads yesterday. here is a live look from our hooksett camera. kevin: four look at the morning drive, we are joined live by 95.7 wzid' s deb davidson.
93 remains a nice ride. if you are out on the seacoast, the open road tolling lane has been closed on 95 south, so you are going to want to stay to the right. expect some delays to begin on 95 north and south between exits
2 and 1, where the left lane is closed. 93 south is a good ride until you hit wilmington and then you are slow rolling all the way into boston. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: thanks. police in raymond are searching for two men behind a violent home invasion. erin: the masked men broke into a home on chester road and fought with the homeowner before taking off with some valuables. ray brewer joins us live from the raiment police department. is the homeowner ok? ray: the homeowner is expected to make a recovery.
non-life-threatening injuries in that broke into the home. yesterday evening. the two men forced their way into the home. or a woman. the men wore ski masks when
they before restraining the homeowner with duct tape. the men still wrestling memorabilia and stole the homeowner' s car. you can see that police have recovered that black 2010 dodge charger. the suspects are only being described as two white men, one about 6' 2", the other about 5' ". sean: erin: : bedford police are
down a bank robber. this woman held up the td bank on south river road last night. she claimed she had a weapon, but never showed one. she took off after getting some cash. no one was hurt. a belmont man is accused of trying to break into multiple homes. police arrested him after following his footprints in the snow. he is accused of trying to break into homes along orest drive while residents were asleep -- forest drive while residents were asleep. sean: the supreme court will not review michael addison' s case. his lawyers appealed his conviction, saying the trial judge violated his rights by not allowing jurors to hear that addison was remorseful and concerned about the officer after he was taken into custody. erin: in commitment 2016 news,
s campaign team is dealing with a tragic situation. a campaign volunteer died yesterday after suffering serious injuries in a car accident. three other campaign workers were hurt. a spokesman said they were all riding in a van in iowa when the van slipped onto its side and was hit by another vehicle on an icy road. carson was in south carolina at the time. he suspended all of his events through at least wednesday. >> our hearts go out to his family and to all of the families involved. you know, life is so fleeting that we have to make the most of every bit of it that we can. erin: authorities have identified the campaign volunteer as 25-year-old braden joplin. several other presidential candidates all offered condolences to his family.
tradition dating back to 1972 took place last night. some of the lesser-known presidential candidates gathered at the new hampshire institute of politics for their moment in the spotlight. five republicans shared their views. 18 democrats took their turn. one familiar democrat we did not see on the stage was vermin supreme. last cycle, he glitter bombed another candidate. >> apparently, doing that -- >> any regrets? >> i would do the same thing. yes, i would. sean: there are a total of 58 names on the new hampshire primary ballot. the primary takes place on tuesday, february 9. erin: one of the men charged in a violent road rage incident in raymond has accepted a plea deal.
flashlight and bell fought back. bell led guilty to a misdemeanor. anderson is fighting his charge. sean: liberty utilities has taken steps to prevent problems like the one that affected customers in keene last month. liberty officials told the public utilities commission that it period of low-voltage shutdown a fan and one of its pushed into the propane mixture. happened then we are going to look closely at that to make sure it does not happen again with redundant systems, we are going to look at what we can do to change that. sean: a final report is expected to be filed by the end of next month. erin: people in grafton are vowing to rebuild a historic
the fire. one man was killed when the flames broke out last week. the board of parishioners at the peaceful assembly church say they are moving forward. the church has stood in the grafton town green since 1798. the board is hoping to meet with town leaders to discuss the back taxes that are owed. sean: and concerning situation involving the super bowl. someone may be plotting an attack that would bring the big game to a halt. erin: a warning for those of you who may like to eat snow. it could contain more toxic chemicals than you think. kevin: a more active pattern setting up. we will talk about all the
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zero. i will have much more coming up. erin: the terror group isis is confirming that the man known as jihadi john is dead. the u.s. military announced that one of its airstrikes likely killed him in november. he appeared in several videos showing the murders of hostages, including new hampshire native james foley and stephen sotloff. isis published his obituary in its monthly magazine. sean: officials are investigating a potential plot against the upcoming super bowl. officials say fiber-optic cables were deliberately severed and 15 of the cases remain unsolved. the fbi and department of homeland security are looking to see if those cases may be tests for those who plan to threaten
an attack on fiber-optic systems can cause major problems, potentially stopping the super bowl itself. to be a disaster. this is one of the largest america. sean: he says the threat of a fiber-optic attack is minimal, on. erin: a college in oregon is introducing a new cultural heritage month. portland community college is marking the month of april "whiteness history month." they say it is meant to be an educational project to stir up a conversation about diversity and racial issues. many students do not feel race is a serious problem on campus. >> i think a lot of people don' t like to talk about it because it is
ugly, but it is necessary.
gentrified. it needs to be talked about. >> we talk about black history month and we celebrated. i' m black and white. erin: the college is confirming speakers and working out there special events for whiteness history month. sean: a driver in massachusetts is speaking out after surviving a car crash. tree and utility pole. the car flipped over and landed on
its roof on the edge of a pond. he was trapped upside down in that car. a retired firefighter rushed over to help. >> he just drove straight into a tree, hit the tree, it jumped up and rolled into the water. >> i did not realize it until the emts came that i was upside down. i didn' t realize it was that bad
sean: incredible pictures. he is now recovering at home. he blames icy conditions for the crash, but police are still investigating. erin: oscar award winner jamie foxx is being credited with helping to save a man' s life. he and another person pulled a man from his burning
truck after it was -- just before it was engulfed in flames. the actor says he heard the crash and screams and he sprung into action. he and another good samaritan broke out this track -- the truck' s window and cut the man seatbelt. for driving under the influence. sean: the world economic forum for the world' s oceans. amount of plastics produced globally will increase three
of fish in the ocean. the only way to reduce it is to drastically improve recycling. erin: the boston bruins took on the canadians in montre al last night. max townsend scored to give the bruins a 1-0 lead. the game was tied in the second when the bruins went on attack. they scored three goals in the period, including an empty netter. sean: umaine played quinnipiac. this game had new hampshire written all over it. . the game ended up a 3-3 tie. erin: check out the cover of sports illustrated. peyton manning, tom brady. they are both featured with the
they are set to collide in the afc championship game on sunday out in denver. sean: fenway is looking unrecognizable these days. a 140 foot snow ramp is being built right on the field. when it is done, it will tower above the green monster. the event takes place in february and will feature the world' s top skiers and snowboarders. erin: baseball, hockey, now skiing. sean: wow. erin: amazing. and effort is underway to give the moon a formal name. the names of moon society has launched a petition asking the international astronomical union to give the moon a unique name like other moons in our solar system. for one dollar, people can submit a potential name for the moon. to learn more about this effort,
amethemoon.world. sean: why not larry? gary? kevin: every time i go to school visits, the one that always get a laugh is hurricane bob. [laughter] erin: bob the moon? kevin: my apologies to anyone named robert. erin: there are a lot of great bobs out there. my neighbor is named bob. kevin: wind chills are still there 50 below zero at there. we continue to watch a sunrise set up at the seacoast. the wind will continue to gusts, just not quite as fast as yesterday. we have two systems on the maps.
tomorrow. the next oe, which has been all the talk over the last -- last several days -- it is not an actual physical area of low pressure we can track yet. at the same time, the heaviest band of snow will likely be about 150 miles in width by the time it gets to the mid-atlantic and the northeast. exactly where that snow bands question. a lot of the maps over the last little farther south. temperatures in the teens to near 20 degrees. there are a few single-digit. semblance of a breeze. the wind today will continue to
the wind will hold in the single digits. by later on this evening, we drop back. from there, we will continue to track this possible system, moisture. we are still a solid 48 hours from that occurring. there is some snow for areas like tennessee. this is where the heaviest of the snow band will likely lay out, from virginia and d.c., up through philadelphia, maybe to new york, long island. then it will start to shift to the east. saturday night, early sunday, a little bit later than the original thinking.
as quickly as the trends have slid further south, there is always a chance that they could trend farther north. it is a trend, as opposed to an actual forecast. there is the synopsis for you. the main timeframe would be saturday evening, early sunday. the best chances would be in southern new hampshire. we start to warm up behind that system early next week. there will be a series of systems behind that. there is always the potential down the road. erin: how about kevin the moon? kevin: no. it does not have enough poof on the top. [laughter] erin: a team of scientists is warning people not to eat the snow. they say that snow in urban areas can absorb the toxic
it may even cause the release of a new compound. sean: a new movie theater is york. the in theater menu consists of only finger foods, so that people do not make noise by clicking silverware during the movie. problem. popcorn is not considered a you munch it. i don' t think things like a not show. -- nacho. plus, it is crunching in your head, so you can' t hear the movie. erin: or those candies that you have to unwrap. still to come, we still have a
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 i approve this message. erin: updating our top stories. sean: a search is underway for violent home invasion in raymond.
s car, but police have recovered that car. into the house on chester road at around 5:30 last night. the men were wearing ski masks when this coupled with the homeowner before restraining the homeowner with duct tape. police say that the homeowner also suffered some non-life-threatening injuries, but is expected to be ok. erin: manchester police say they seized $35,000 worth of drugs lake avenue. they found mostly fentanyl, but cocaine, and heroin. sean: bedford police are asking for your help tracking down a bank robber, who held up the bank -- td bank. state college shows that the democratic race in new hampshire
bernie sanders has 60% support, compared to 33% for hillary clinton. kevin: clear skies for central and southern areas. up north, clouds and a couple of snow showers. factor. it will lighten a bit tonight. still bright and breezy tomorrow. fair skies or friday. increasing clouds on saturday. we will see some snow saturday night and early sunday to ourselves area erin: ahead, and don'
sean: 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