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>> right now on news 9, a blizzard strikes the east coast, claiming the lives of 14 people. now that it's moving out, the mess it left behind. >> huge storm misses us to the south. sunny sunday ahead then a return of milder air. how warm it's going to get. >> and seven presidential hopefuls face off in a town hall
many of them attacking g.o.p. front-runner donald trump. >> oh, my god! it was really exciting to me. i didn't know she would be here. >> hillary clinton surprises people on the campaign trail. plus, the support she's receiving from a new hampshire senator. >> and the patriots are preparing to take on the denver broncos in the a.f.c. championship game! we hear from pats' owner robert kraft and tom brady about how they're gearing up for tomorrow. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 tonight. >> a blizzard is slamming the east coast from the carolinas to massachusetts. right now, the snow is slowing down in the nation's capital but there are 22 inches of snow to clean up. good evening. and thanks for joining us. i'm stephanie woods. aixa is in washington with the latest. reporter: stephanie, the snow is tapering off. but wind gusts are just picking
blowing it around. there is still plenty of work ahead for crews clearing the streets. we saw several people with shovels, trying to dig out a car stuck in the middle of an intersection. the mayor has been asking drivers to stay off the roads, to give plows room to do their job. at reagan national, snow teams are working on the runways, but the airport is still expected to be closed tomorrow. subway service remains suspended to allow workers time to clean up the tracks. wind chills in the teens. tomorrow's forecast, still cold but sunny and clear. >> aixa, thank you. broadway may be quiet after shows were cancelled but new york city officials are busy cleaning up the snow. live look at manchester, where the subway has been shut down because of the storm. how much snow fell in n.y.c. >> even with 25.1 inches in central park, there were still
these are some of the notable totals. right now, baltimore, leading the pack, at almost 30 inches of snow. new york city at 25 inches. philadelphia, 22 inches. same thing in washington, d.c. boston, only five inches to give you some idea. but this has had huge effects up and down the seaboard and will over the next 24 hours, as everybody tries to clean up. for us, not even a flake! but we came so close! just into essex county, massachusetts, we had snowplow. now the -- we had snow. the one thing we have had, the winds. they've been gusty, especially at the seacoast. tonight, it's going to be a chilly one, especially up north. tomorrow, all of us enjoying sunshine temperatures warmer than where we were today. more, coming up. >> we just missed the snow here as hayley said, but parts of massachusetts were under a blizzard warning today.
of snow and strong winds. main concern will be coastal flooding when high tide hits early sunday morning. boston police say there's been lots of reports of accidents and they are asking people to stay off the roads. thousands of flights were cancelled because of the storm. more than a dozen were here in manchester. they were affected by cities slammed with snow. several passengers were rerouted on different flights arriving in manchester, while others rescheduled with their airline days ago. >> i just actually -- i'm familiar with how it goes. that's why i looked ahead of time and had an idea what was going to happen. >> if you're flying tonight, you should check ahead with your airline. now to commitment 2016. the republican first in the nation town hall took place today in nashua. seven candidate were there to speak.
trump did not attend. chris christie had planned to attend but returned to snowstorm. [applause] reporter: the first speaker at saturday's town hall talked about the importance of the new hampshire primary, just days before the first votes are cast. >> i think it's really great that in america, you want to be commander in chief, you want to be the most important political figure in the world. you've got to start by renting a car and driving to town halls and meeting with 30 and 40 people at a time. i think that's fantastic! reporter: while this was an opportunity to connect with voters and spread their message, a few republican candidates took aim at the party's front-runner, donald donald trump, as they tried to break out of the pack. >> we have the front-running candidate in our party right now, who is not a conservative. he isn't. he's a gifted entertainer! but he's not a korver. >> the question is, are we going to stand up to somebody who
thing, that he's so smart, so rich that he must be smart, that if you give him power, he's going to fix things? reporter: others attacked hillary clinton and the current administration. >> they all say, you know, well, john, how would you do against hillary? come on. she's a plumber. you can see that she's a fragile candidate. i mean, the generals, i'm going to have a ball. and i'll be back here, by the way, because we gotta win new hampshire in the general. >> mrs. clinton has escaped prosecution more times than el chapo. perhaps sean penn should interview her. but the truth is, she's not going to be held accountable until we have a fearless fighter who will face her down. >> the democratic party is no longer the party of work, no longer the party of opportunity, and if we don't seize that, with a candidate who focuses on that, weas going to happen -- what's going to happen in this election? >> it's time for the republicans
will stand up and provide real presidential experience and leadership on the behalf of the united states of america. reporter: in nashua, kristen carosa, wmur news 9. >> hillary clinton was the only democratic candidate in new hampshire today. she also had help from senator jean georgia heen and -- here's details on her surprise visit to manchester. >> the travel mess created by this weekend's storm forced a change in plans for hillary clinton. she stayed in the granite state last night and today rallied supporters. reporter: before knocking on doors in manchester saturday, hillary clinton volunteers were shocked, when their candidate made a surprise visit at a canvassing kickoff. >> i was excited a door knock before this, but i'm even more excited now. reporter: clinton told supporters there's a lot of work to do but she's confident she can win in new hampshire. >> there's only one candidate
done what is being advocated. reporter: boston mayor marty walsh was also on hand, stumping for clinton. >> new hampshire is a big economic driver for the region, so, you know, i know it's two different states, but really, we're kind of one regional area. reporter: to the seacoast, senator jean shaheen continued to campaign on her behalf. >> it sort of restores my faith in american democracy and the way our politics work, because people want to hear what you have to say. reporter: shaheen says clinton is the candidate, with the chief. >> she knows how things work. training. that for me is why i think hillary clinton is the best candidate in this race. reporter: and this, all part of a big canvassing effort around the state. clinton told volunteers she's
to new hampshire soon. live in the studio, mike cronin, news 9. >> former new york city mayor michael bloomberg is considering an independent run for president. reports indicate the billionaire media mogul is serious about jumping, if the major parties nominate candidates like donald trump, ted cruise or boirn ted cruz or bernie sanders. new hampshire g.o.p. chair jennifer horn believes his candidacy would hurt the democratic nominee. >> i think what we're seeing is the result of a very weak field of candidates on the democratic side. i think michael bloomberg is saying that hillary clinton has been dishans, her failed -- dishonest. he sees an opportunity here. >> bloomberg is expected to make his decision by the end of march. right now, crews are on the
franklin fire department says a fire. it's not clear what sparked the blaze. morning. a close call for a family in eaton. an s.u.v. veered off the road and crashed into the side of their mobile home. police say the driver lost control just before 1:00 this morning on route 153. a car crossed the centerline, plowed through the snow and house. fortunately, the people inside the house were sleeping on the opposite end and they were not hurt. the driver and four children in the s.u.v. were also unscathed. the driver, 30-year-old lema, faces multiple charges. >> at this point, the driver is being charged with possession of drugs in a motor vehicle as well as child restraints, for not having the children properly seat belted. >> police don't yet know what caused the crash. lema will be arraigned on february 16. hampstead police say two men accidently shot themselves in
trying to unjam a handgun. officers rushed to a home just before midnight and found responders treating 30-year-old caste ruwane and 30-year-old carl valiant of hampstead, with wounds to his hands and arms. police say ruwane said he was trying to clear the handgun. both men were treated at local hospitals. the patriots are getting ready to take on the denver broncos in the a.f.c. championship game tomorrow night! jason, pats fans got a surprise at a party tonight! reporter: yeah, that's right. just like the patriots and the broncos have to prepare and gear up for their big game tomorrow, the fans have to get ready too. that's what they did tonight. we'll show you pictures from katie's irish pub in downtown denver, colorado. a few hundred patriots fans
hosted by pike's peak patriots fan club. they had fun, played games. of course, they were talking football. but the highlight of the night was when patriots' owner robert kraft paid a visit. >> what a treat it is to be here! we feel like we're at home, at gillette stadium! [cheering] >> that we just came from the team hotel and saw them. and they're really together! there's a great chemistry there. all of you -- [cheering] >> all of you will like this team a great deal. they have an amazing game plan for tomorrow. [cheering] >> so... [cheering] >> we love you! >> let's just hope they execute the way they did the last game of last year. reporter: robert kraft is certainly a fan's owner. they just love him. he had plenty more to say.
for you. look for that, coming up pretty soon. we'll talk more football later in sports. we have one more final game preview for you, before the big game. in denver, colorado, jason king. >> coming up on news 9 tonight at 11, new details on a school shooting in canada. the charges a suspect is facing. and the blizzard of 2016 didn't keep people with new hampshire roots inside today. how some granite staters are getting out in the snow in new york city. >> and this system is moving out. we'll have cooler air around tomorrow. then, big temperature boosts
>> developing tonight, a 17-year-old facing murder charges after a shooting in canada. the teen allegedly shot two brothers at a home before opening fire
at la loche community school. the suspect is being charged with four counts of first-degree murder and seven counts of attempted murder. a mother and daughter were injured today, after crashing their snowmobile. 48-year-old christine simon of medford, massachusetts was with a group in twin mountain when she had a rough patch, lost control and hit a tree.
riding on the back with her. both were transported to littleton regional hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. the annual expo was held in manchester today. our own paula tracy was there to receive the 2014 -- 2016 award for achievement in media. governor maggie hassan and commissioner lorraine merrill presented the award to tracy for her 30 years of work in journalism. and if you would like to read some of paula tracy's award-winning stories, head on over to the escape outside section of our website. and the blizzard didn't stop these two sisters from enjoying their trip to the big apple. whole most new yorkers stayed inside, it was just another typical new england day for jayden and riley of summers worth. they had hoped to see a broadway show but it was cancelled. they still went out to dinner
this dump truck and garbage truck were plowing the streets. a cnn reporter reporter was doing a live shot when she caught up with musician steven tyler and his daughter. tyler got his start in new hampshire. >> i like playing in the snow, so i'm kind of happy about this. >> we grew up playing in the snow and doing snowy angels and snow things, because he's a big kid. the minute i got up here, i was like, let's go play! >> now, your storm watch 9 forecast. >> tyler telling us and new hampshire, dream on! we didn't get any snow! not a flake. in fact, the clouds still in place from this system, but no flakes. some thing in derry. a quiet night for travel. no problems with travel, unless you are heading to the south of us. yes! the storm system completely missed us.
certainly some gusts of wind. sunny day. you wouldn't even know that the system was passing through. all of a sudden, it is starting to wind down and move even more off the coastline. really, we were just a couple miles away from getting at least a dusting. look at the comparisons between mass. about four inches of snow in salem, mass. they're only about 25 miles apart from each other. it would have literally been the difference of a few miles. we just didn't see anything. the track of this system had been pushing it off. and high pressure up to the north of us has been acting like a shield and keeping this system suppressed and pushed down towards the south. north. today temperatures were only in the 20's across the area. now, how are we doing for snowfall so far? in the month of december, we've had 12.4 inches so far for the
the winter season, in concord. compare that to some of the totals i showed you at the top of the show for new york and philadelphia, where they easily have doubled that just within this one system. we're kind of lacking here a little bit. the average for this time is about 30 inches. we're well below that and certainly well below what we had at this time last year. here are the current temperature readings, with the clouds in place over central and southern new hampshire. look at berlin, seven below, because of clear skies and the snow on the ground there. that is the recipe for some real cold air. so it will be a big difference from north to south tonight with the low temperature readings. the winds also are active too, especially at the seacoast. there could be gusts upwards of 20, 30 miles per hour overnight tonight. here we are, 7:00 tomorrow morning. and it's only the cape and the islands that have clouds from this system. the rest of us, back to full sunshine and all day tomorrow looks good.
clouds late in the day. there might be a few mountain snow showers during the evening and overnight hours and into monday. doesn't look like anything too heavy. so here's a breakdown of the temperatures. looks like berlin was already gotten colder than our low here. lakes region and point to the north will be very cold tonight, probably single decision. then you -- single digits. other areas with the clouds in place, it will be tougher to get there. tomorrow, a few degrees warmer than where we were even today, with light winds, lots of sunshine. it will be a great day to go out and do some skiing or maybe snowboarding. we'll warm up into the 20's later on. nothing too bad that would stop any of the chair lifts from going. big game, of course, tomorrow. go, pats! 3:05 is the kickoff.
shouldn't be a problem for mr. brady and gronk to get out there. no weather issues. as for us, we will have a few showers getting in here on tuesday and wednesday of next week. i say showers because it will be warm enough for that. you can see on tuesday about 40 degrees. 39 wednesday and then at the end of the week, that's when we start to cool things down again. so we're in a little bit of a temperature roller coaster the next few days. >> hard to believe that west virginia is getting up to 30 inches of snow and we're talking about rain. >> believe it or not, west virginia actually got 40 inches of snow in some spots. that's degrees! >> that is crazy snow. it's not snowing in denver right now. that's where jason king is. jim foley has all the details. >> denver is the place to be. that's where we find jason to help us get ready for tomorrow's big game. jason, how is it going down there? reporter: not bad. it's about 20 degrees colder than it was earlier today. but we'll take it!
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>> now, news 9 sports. >> just a win away from the super bowl! it's the night before the a.f.c. championship game. new england patriots and denver broncos. tom brady and peyton manning. jason king is live in denver. hey, jason! reporter: yeah, jim. it's brady-manning number 17. they neat for the -- meet for the 17th time. fifth in the playoffs and quite possibly the last time with peyton manning's future in question. you never know if these two all-time greats will
but we have one more to enjoy tomorrow, the a.f.c. championship game. the patriots looking to advance to the ninth super bowl in franchise history. we've talked about all the hype that we can. just a couple of things to watch for tomorrow. the breangs broncos are 7-0 this season. and on the patriots side, in julian edelman's last 23 starts, the patriots are 22-1. so if julian edelman has a good game tomorrow, it's likely the pats will win. here are some final thoughts. >> they play more man to man in street ball, you know. y'all can go play football right now. that's how they do it. nah. you gotta give credit to them. their really good. their players are always in the right positions. they definitely know what to do. and they try to take things away. >> anytime you face that caliber of player, and there's a lot of great quarterbacks in the nfl -- peyton's been one of best to
so, you know, you've got to be at your best. you know, you can't play anything less than your best and expect to win. >> we have to run the ball, for us to stay balanced. you know, for us to be successful this week. and, you know, that's what we're going to do. and, you know, that's just what we do. and, you know, everybody knows it. and, you know, we just have to hit them in the mouth. >> but we're going on the road, into denver. their fans are going to be loud. they're going to be ready. and it's the denver broncos, very solid team, very, very solid defense. we just have got to be ready mentally and physically. reporter: all right. so two of the top teams in the nfl. and obviously the two best in the a.f.c., squaring off tomorrow at 3:05 eastern time. it's 1:05 here in denver. tomorrow night at this time, we'll definitely know if the patriots are on their way to their ninth super bowl in franchise history. tom brady trying to win his fifth super bowl, which would be unprecedented for a quarterback. so that's it from denver.
we'll know what's going to happen, two weeks from now! tomorrow night we'll run it down for you, of course, on news 9 at 6:00 and 11:00. live in denver, colorado. >> looking forward to your coverage. meanwhile, over the hockey. the boston bruins welcoming campbell back. second period. no score. bergeron enters the zone. spooner to spooner. david with the hesitation shot. david scores. bruins going to take this one in a shoot-out, 3-2. >> manchester-monarchs, taking on the thunder. monarchs down 1-0. joe diamond sneaks it through. ties it at one. monarchs go on to win, 2-1.
second period, irish with a 2-0 lead. but the wildcats pull back on the power play. scores his 19th of the season. then harry would send a wrister through the traffic to tie it up at two. notre dame will take this one, 3-2. and red-hot big green skated at colgate. dartmouth scores the final three of this game. still ahead, duncan robinson playing for michigan had a big game, their big 10 game tonight.
>> college basketball. michigan at nebraska. duncan robinson from new castle. gets the big dunk late in the game to put the wolverines up by four. he was the top scorer in this game with 19 points, as michigan wins 81-68. locally, high school hockey this afternoon. salem blue devils and the cardinals. michael barrett passes to austin king. cardinals go on a 2-0 lead. in the second period, benjamin