tv News 9 Daybreak ABC January 26, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EST
>> i would be mortified if i had learned that someone died because we did not have narcan. erin: school officials in nashua say they are being proactive. sean: a former businessman has been convicted of luring a woman to his hotel room after pretending to offer her a job interview. kevin: building clouds, certainly milder through this afternoon. erin: it is almost time to start counting votes in the race for
donald trump raised a few eyebrows in new hampshire last night. like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good morning and thanks we appreciate you. we are looking at some weather flurries chances. and blustery. kevin: i would be tempted to call it the january thaw. but we have not had much winter to call it thawing from. we are still running about 4.5 degrees above normal for the month of january. clouds moving through. i couple of snow showers or mixed showers. otherwise, temperatures starting
40' s this afternoon with a evening. re joined live by 95.7 wzid' s deb davidson. deb: good tuesday morning. all of the main roads remain nice and quiet. 93 is moving nicely. moving nicely. 293 is moving with -- well to if you are commuting into massachusetts, we are seeing very heavy delays on 93 south as you make your way through and over. -- andover. m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid.
the drug crisis has become, narcan wilson be available at schools in nashua. sean: the school board voted to stock the schools with the drug that is used to reverse opioid overdoses. ray brewer joins us live to explain the next steps. ray: good morning. the next step will be to train school nurses and principles and how to administer the nasal version of narcan. the drug will be provided by the state. the school board voted 8-1 to stop the medication. the superintendent says he is not aware of overdose cases, but this is more about being proactive. he says it is not just the 11,000 students they are worried about, they are also thinking about student -- staff members and parents. >> we felt that one more tool that could be available in the hopefully unlikely instance that we might ever have an overdose. ray: before narcan is actually
review the policy. school nurses and principles will be trained. several other school districts are thinking about stocking narcan in an effort to be proactive. reporting live, ray brewer. erin: thank you. investigators think the same man may be responsible for robberies in concord and goffstown. yesterday morning, we told you about this robbery in concord. the clerk was hurt trying to fight off this robber armed with a knife. a man with a similar description also robs the citizens bank and goffstown yesterday afternoon. the man is missing some of his front teeth and wore the same hooded jacket. sean: the jury deliberated for only an hour before finding a former businessman guilty of to his hotel room.
was expressionless as the verdict was read. he used a false name when he met the 23-year-old female victim, pretended to own a company, and offered her a job interview to get him to -- her to his hotel room. yes the woman to shower and change and conducted a physical exam. he faces up to seven years behind bars. erin: a new report says that a navy seal from bedford who died in a parachute accident likely passed out during the jump. a newspaper says the investigation into blake marston' s death found that he should not have been on the plane at all because of a discrepancy over whether one of his certifications was up to date. according to that report, he was supposed to open his parachute five seconds into the jump, but he lost consciousness after 15 seconds. a driver of a city bus in warwick, rhode island may have suffered a medical emergency before crashing into an auto
the driver and three passengers were trapped on board. none of the injuries are life-threatening. the bus ended up inside the building, lifting the roof, and the front of the bus caved in. firefighters had to rip this side of the building away to get everyone out. sean: we are now less than a week until the iowa caucuses. the presidential hopefuls are focusing their efforts on the hawkeye state. last night, the three leading democrats each spoke at a town hall in des moines. lana: the countdown to the iowa in hours. >> 171 hours. the eye will caucuses. 171 hours. lana: ted cruz urged voters to turn out. >> because it is now or never. we can'
lana: donald trump said he should run for prime minister of canada. >> my new battle is with a gentleman named ted cruz. because you' ve got to speak the truth. the canadian, the man from canada. [laughter] lana: speaking of truth. on the democratic side, bernie sanders saying what politicians usually will not. >> we will raise taxes, yes, we will. lana: explaining how he would fund a single-payer health plan. >> we are also going to eliminate private health insurance premiums for individuals and for businesses. lana: hillary clinton also campaigning on health care in iowa. >> when i worked on health care in 1993 and 1994, i was trying to get to universal health care coverage. lana: just one republican debate remains before the iowa caucuses. donald trump threatens he may boycott the debate if megyn
this marks the third time he has threatened to pull out of a debate. abc news, washington. sean: republican john kasich is the only candidate with events scheduled in new hampshire today. this comes one day after the ohio governor picked up the endorsement of "the boston globe." they say he is the republican with the best chance to be successful on the national stage. donald trump is taking a stand for eminent domain. the republican front-runner embraced one of the most contentious issues in new hampshire related to projects like the kinder morgan pipeline and northern pass. he discussed the key tone -- keystone pipeline in the midwest. >> you couldn' t have a pipeline, you couldn' t have a road, you couldn'
give me a break. sean: he will be back in new hampshire on friday. erin: still to come, finding a job after college could be tough for a lot of students. one local school has a better offer, guaranteeing employment. sean: mcdonald' s is bouncing back. there is one thing in particular that customers seem to be loving. erin: in your next half hour, a frightening and painful accident. a moultonborough man recovering after a vaporizer battery
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temperatures are in the teens. mostly cloudy skies. they will be the risk of a couple passing snow showers or mixed showers. we will have details on a warming trend that eventually gets us up into the 40' s later this afternoon. erin: the volatility on the world markets continues. sean: stocks across asia are down. shanghai shed more than 60%. this
comes just a day after the dow lost more than 200 points and oil prices slumped again. erin: rivier university has a new promise for students. the school is promising students they will find a job within nine months of graduation. if they don' t come of the school will help a federally subsidized student loans up to a year or offer up to six masters degree courses for free. they are the only school in new
employment promise program. crews are getting ready to remove more than 30 acres of lebanon municipal airport. the trees could be dangerous for planes taking off or landing. neighbors are worried that the the trees as a buffer. the trees should be gone by march. sean: mcdonald' s is loving breakfast all day long. sales were up nearly 6% over the after breakfast all day was rolled out in october. sales were also up around the world. people love breakfast anytime of day. breakfast for dinner is popular. erin: i do it often. [laughter] erin: the blizzard shutdown a lot of things. it seems it was great news for entertainment. sean: at first, this may seem like an average wrestling match.
sean: the migrant and refugee crisis is starting to create other problems. the island of lesbos is
one of the busiest places. the vast majority of migrants are leaving their life jackets on the beaches, creating huge piles of waste. erin: andy howland has special needs, but he challenged top ranked deven shooco to a wrestling match over the weekend and he ended up winning. the match went on without any fanfare.
sean: the pond hockey classic is it to face-off tender gaze -- 10 days from now in maryland. there is not enough ice on lake winnipesaukee. the tournament will be played on lake --lake waukewan. right now, the meredith rotary ice fishing derby is still on as scheduled. the ice is starting to fill in on many local lakes and ponds. you do need to be careful if you are heading out onto the ice. it seems that the blizzard of business. comcast set a record for the number of customers using on-demand at the same time. it was up more than 50% in places like baltimore, d.c., and philadelphia. love. york over the weekend and
kevin: are we going to see a months or so? sean: blizzard babies. we will send you down to the new [laughter] through. not much under those initially. we will continue to see the couple of showers. southern areas may be just afternoon. we really aren' out of that. temperatures will be the big story. we will continue to push temperatures upward into the low and mid 40' s in central and southern areas. that leads us to some fairly mild air. the quick moving systems don' t allow a huge push of arctic air to come south or linger for any period of time. that leaves us with temperatures at or above normal.
21 atop mount washington is relatively mild. not far to go. the winds today will be out of the south and picking up. maybe if you higher gusts by later on this afternoon. before the front arrives tomorrow, temperatures should get back up to 40 degrees. the chance of a showed -- of snow showers today or this evening. from there, we will see temperatures start to fall back later on tonight. maybe a couple of snow showers up north tomorrow morning. otherwise, it is air skies and a breeze. another four or five degrees cooler tomorrow. another four or five degrees cooler by thursday.
then another passing snow shower with a fairly weak system later saturday or early sunday. today, temperatures starting off in the 20' s. highs into the afternoon, upper 30' s north to mid 40' s in southern spots. no huge storms in the forecast, no big arctic outbreaks. we are looking for temperatures at or above the average. we are looking at temperatures s in the north. you see these systems. one right in the middle of the weekend. i think the next big change for us might be right around the middle of next week. a cold front comes through and colder air for the second half of next week and into next weekend, which would be the penguin plunge. sonh.org. sean: super bowl weekend. kevin: that, too.
kevin: it is always cold for that. erin: now, to our top stories. we start off with ray brewer. ray: the school board has voted 8-12 stocks schools in nashua with narcan. -- 8 -1 to stocks schools in nashua with narcan. the drug will be provided by the state. the superintendent says he is not aware of any overdose cases, but this is more about being proactive. erin: investigators think the same man is responsible for the arab of robberies in concord and goffstown. police have made an arrest in the case. they are not releasing details. a jury has found a former businessman has been -- guilty. 63-year-old thomas minchiello
niagara falls is one of the most popular destinations in the country. transportation officials are considering cutting off the water to the american side. sean: crews want to replace two 115-year-old bridges that connect to the island in the middle of the falls. they would need to diverse the water from the american falls to horseshoe falls for several months. officials say the chance to see
could boost tourism. erin: it takes a while to get from the u.s. to australia, no matter how you travel. a group of women completed it by rolling all the way. sean: they took the four women 235 days to row from san francisco to north queensland. they stopped in hawaii and samoa to complete the trip. they say they met several sharks along the way. that is impressive. erin: their arms must be huge. sean: they don' t even look that tired. erin: they have some stories to tell. coming up, the shirts touting the patriots win on sunday were already made. what happens to all that gear now that new england lost the game? aixa: debating the future of entitlement programs. why some say social security and
>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good morning to you on this tuesday, january 26. we
are going to take a look at our forecast, which does include a chance of some flurries. sean: kevin will talk about that and a moment. let' s get to our top stories. the nashua school board voted to stocks city schools with narcan, the medication that can reverse the effects of opioid overdoses. a moultonborough man is recovering from burns after a
a mother is accused of transporting drugs including heroin and fentanyl while her two kids were in the car with her. we are seeing a pretty sunrise. kevin: the clouds continue to make their way in early this morning. we have the chance of a shower here or there, most of which we will see in the northern third of the state. southern areas may run the risk of a passing shower later on this afternoon. highs today will be the big story. we are talking upper 30' s to mid 40' s this afternoon. erin: we do want to check the roads for you. here is how things are moving in wind them on 93 -- windham on 93. kevin: for a look at the morning drive, we are joined live right 95.7 wzid' s deb davidson. deb: good morning. police are on the scene of a crash in manchester.
police are assisting with detours at this time. if you are commuting onto 293, we are not seeing any delays right now. everything is moving well and up to speed. making your way into merrimack and nashua, things are looking good. on the spaulding turnpike, we are seeing heavy traffic. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: nashua schools will soon be stocked with the medication used to to reverse the effects of opioid overdoses. sean: the school board voted
to approve a proposal to keep narcan at city schools. several districts are considering the same move. ray brewer joins us live to explain. ray: good morning. the school superintendent in
any overjoyed -- opioid overdose in his school that he is aware of, but he called on schools to stock the narcan just in case. the nashua school superintendent urged the school board to be
proactive. he wants school nurses and principles able to administer narcan in the event of an overdose. in a district with more than 11,000 students, it would be available for use on staff and parents. >> it is easy to administer as a nasal spray. there are not known allergies. if you administer it to someone you have misdiagnosed, you are not going to harm them. ray: it does not have to be administered by a medical professional and would be provided by the state. >> i question whether we enable people with the narcan. ray: most members of the board of education want narcan in the school medicine cabinet.
learned that someone died because we did not have narcan. >> i think it is very important and a very responsible thing for the district to do. ray: the vote passed 8-1. >> we felt it was one more tool that could be available in the hopefully unlikely and dense that we might have an overdose. ray: before the narcan is placed in the schools, a committee will review the policy and fiscal nurses and principles will be trained in how to administer it. reporting live, ray brewer. sean: thanks. a moultonborough man is recovering after his family says a vaporizer battery exploded in his pocket. >> it blew up within a matter of minutes.
he was burned so badly it was down into his flesh. sean: 26-year-old matthew gilson suffered second and third degree burns on his leg and hand. a video from his work shows the
then the man running off. the recovery will take months and he received multiple skin grafts. he bought the vaporizer months ago in an effort to quit smoking. >> when i saw his -- just the underwear, i almost fell apart. it
is your kid. my grandson had been here and had picked that up, it would have killed him. it would have killed him. i don' t want to see anybody get hurt like that. sean: the battery company is based in china. his mom is not sure if he had the vaporizer in his pocket in addition to the battery. erin: a mother is facing charges after police say she was busted for transporting drugs while her two kids were in the car. 28-year-old marie fletcher was arrested following a traffic stop. officers found nearly 67 grams of heroin, fentanyl, and other suspected drugs. she is charged with three counts
and two counts of endangering welfare of a child. sean: the fourth person has been corrected in connection with a vandalism -- arrested in connection with a vandalism spree. 24-year-old matthew gioia was arrested and charged with criminal mischief. houses, mailboxes, and cars were tagged with spray paint. police say no additional arrests are expected. as granite staters gear of two cast their ballots, we are learning that two judges will be on standby. judge david anderson and judge robert mcnamara will be called for any issues stemming from the february 9 election. this will be the first
anyone who does not bring identification will have to sign an affidavit and have their picture taken. erin: we are using the weeks leading up to the primary to take a closer look at issues. this week, we look at the question of shoring up the nation' s safety nets. aixa: tens of millions of americans benefit from entitlement programs. >> entitlement programs are very popular programs. aixa: their future is a topic of debate on the campaign trail. some candidates are proposing cuts, while others want to expand them. >> the leadership of the republican party has called for programs. democrats are resistant to significant changes. aixa: aarp says social security is one federal program that has succeeded over the years and deserves to be saved. >> by 2034, if it stays the same, everybody'
cut up to $10,000 per year. aixa: one proposal is to raise the retirement age. another is to lower benefits for wealthier americans. >> it has become an income replacement program and a subsidy for many retirees that do not need that assistance from the government. aixa: aarp says social security is not as generous as some may think. >> we are in an economy where most people have to rely on social security as their sole source of retirement. aixa: medicare is another program in need of an overhaul, some say. >> this is not a sustainable program. congress needs to make entitlement reform a priority. >> we are most successful when we can bring both parties together, have an honest debate, and come up with a bipartisan solution. aixa: according to the social security administration, the average monthly benefit is a
in washington, aixa diaz. erin: we want to know how you think the country should handle the programs known as safety nets. you can go to wmur' s facebook page or find all eight weeks worth of issues at wmur.com, and the politics section of our mobile app. sean: two weeks away now. coming up, a startling situation for drivers in texas. a case of road rage took a violent turn when two men started attacking each other in the middle of traffic. erin: a small dog makes a big impression of a half marathon. kevin: the first of many quick moving systems making their way toward us. you are watchi
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any wrongdoing -- planned parenthood of any wrongdoing. instead, to antiabortion activist who made the videos have been indicted and charged with tampering with the government record. they are now in talks with authorities to turn themselves in. the videos appeared to suggest that planned parenthood is legally sold tissue. sean: people living in one california apartment complex have been ordered out of their homes due to fears that it could fall out of -- fall into the ocean. police posted notices. some say they have no plans to leave. erin: 13 people had to be rescued when ayotte suddenly started taking -- a yacht suddenly started taking on water off the coast of florida. the yacht sank so quickly that it could not be saved.
said everyone -- the coast guard said everyone was rescued. erin: the case of road rage took a violent turn in texas and the holding was caught on camera. >> the guy at the bat going at the other dude. >> i thought the guy was going to pull out a gun. sean: the two drivers started going after each other in the middle of traffic. the man who captured the fight says it all started when they exchanged rude and of seen gestures. the man with the that tapped on the door of the truck and that is when the fight broke out. when the light turned green, they both got in their vehicles and turned off. police are investigating this as an aggravated assault. erin: an officer in ohio is speaking out after a close call he survived after being run over by a tractor-trailer. he was directing traffic at an accident scene when the truck stopped on a set of railroad tracks. he tried to wave the truck by,
a train ended up slamming into the truck, causing it to move forward and run into the captain. >> it is a miracle. it really is. it makes you think a lot. it is definitely one of those -- a foot this way, a foot that way, no bush, it could have been really bad. i' m very lucky, very fortunate. erin: he says he is looking forward to getting back to work and hopes to return to duty next week. wow. sean: transgender athletes may be able to compete in this summer' s olympic games without having gender reassignment surgery. the proposed rule change would be a milestone in olympic history. transgender athletes have been allowed in the olympics since 2000 or, but only after surgery
erin: the boston celtics took on the wizards in washington dc last night. marcus smart was set for the layout, but bradley beal took an elbow to the mouth. at the end of the first half, the celtics were leading 84-70. they never looked back. boston went on to win, making this their third win in a row. the celtics host the denver nuggets tomorrow night. sean: the boston bruins skated at the philadelphia flyers last night. five minutes
into the game, patrice bergeron scored on a power play. brad marshand scored two minutes later. philly tidied up 2-2. but brett connolly got an unassisted goal for the bruins and boston wins it 3-2. erin: fisher cats fans will be featured on this season' s tickets. 10 families were selected as the winners of the family photo
the winning photos were selected from pictures submitted to the social media channels last fall. the tickets are only available as part of the full and half season ticket books and the luxury suite ticket books. take a look at these. dick' s sporting goods says that it plans to donate all of the patriots afc championship dear that would never be sold now. the t-shirts and hats will go to the charity world vision, which will send
the closing two countries in need. going to a good cause. sean: one super confident patriots fan jumps the gun in predicting that his team would win this year' s super bowl. burke o' connell got a super bowl 50 champs tattoo on friday. he says he proudly sports is new ink despite the fact that the
>> they are champs anyway. you know what i mean? we are the best, anyway. i don' t regret it at all. sean: ok. there you go. the artist to do the honors patriots tattoos. a 51 for next year. sean: you can try to rework it a little bit. you are getting super confident. t do that right now, i guess. [laughter] kevin: if you are that confident in 50, you might as well be confident in 51. erin: that is the first time i' ve ever seen anybody do it to games in advance. [laughter] kevin: notice the changes the top mount washington. they are above 20 degrees early this morning. the wind, which was light yesterday, is going early this morning at around 70 miles per hour.
a breeze out there today. some warmer air starts to make southerly and southwesterly breeze. that continues to transport milder air from the south. it is not nearly as mild as it would be for this time of year because of the two feet of snow they have aware that air is we have shower activity. a lot of this continues to dry north country. maybe just a passing rain shower for southern areas later on this afternoon. that is it for precipitation chances. we are in a fairly quick moving pattern right now with little disturbances riding in from the west. it does not allow for cold air to come in from canada. that means temperatures at or above the average in this type
we get into this evening and we are looking at temperatures continuing to cool off. any sort of clouds early giving way to sunshine. there will be a few snow showers. that foreshadows what we will see coming up. the next train of moisture moving out of canada. it does not have a lot of moisture with it area high temperatures today up into the low and mid 40' s. maybe passing shower for southern areas. as far as the extended forecast
highs could be up into the low and mid 40' s. a huge thank you to the invite to talk yesterday. we went over all of the storms we get and meteorology as a career. i wanted to show you this. james and drew a picture of the united states. i want you to notice the detail. this is hand-drawn. erin: not copied at all. kevin: not in the slightest. a first-time school for me and i hope to go back very soon. erin: that is amazing. participants in a half marathon in alabama that quite the surprise. a dog finished in the top 10. the bloodhound showed up at the starting line and trotted alongside the runners for the entire 13.1 miles. she even ended up finishing in seventh place. not too bad. she even got the metal.
they are not aware of any opioid overdoses in the district, but this is more about being proactive. erin: a man is recovering from second and third degree burns after a vaporizer battery exploded in his pocket. 26-year-old matthew gilson is being treated at a hospital in boston. sean: a mother from ossipee is accused of transporting drugs well her two kids were in the car. a search of marie fletcher' s vehicle turned up 67 groups of heroin, fentanyl, and other drugs. erin: police have made an arrest in connection with a pair of robberies. one of the robberies happened in concord and the other what happened in talks town. kevin: a few breaks in the overcast. the big story will be the milder finish. there will be the risk of a shower in southern areas passing by this afternoon. the could be snow showers later on this morning. erin: nothing that is really
kevin: no big storms anytime soon. erin: we told you about a story on daybreak yesterday. a skier who tumbled more than 1000 feet down a mountainside speaks out about her frightening fall. she owned it up -- only ended up injuring two fingers in all of that. sean: more of this video of an apartment building in california that is teetering on the edge of a cliff. erin: we will see you back here in 25. [captioning performed by the