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shelley: now at 11:00, the top tier of republican candidates debated tonight without donald trump. the ways the white house hopefuls tried to stand out from the pack. tom: a shelter in place warning goes out to middleton and surrounding towns. the questions still unanswered about the original reports of shots fired. shelley: the fbi says a man from brentwood was trying to stockpile weapons and ammunition. what he allegedly told an undercover officer about his motives. mike: dry for now, but snow showers will develop in some areas on friday. a timeline, plus what follows for the weekend. mcauliffe' s mission 30 years after the challenger disaster. >> i think christa has inspired a lot of students to reach for the stars. tom: the memories shared of the concord teacher today.
tom: with just days to go before the iowa caucuses the , top-polling republicans met for their seventh debate, this one without donald trump. he refused to attend and held good evening, i' m tom griffith. shelley: i' m shelley walcott. wmur' s sally kidd begins our commitment 2016 coverage from washington, d.c. >> he may of been a no-show, but donald trump still grabbed the spotlight. stage. >> i kind of miss donald trump. me. the front runner held a protest rally to benefit veterans for going to the debate because the feud with fox news. >> when you are treated badly, rights.
m a maniac, and everyone on this stage is stupid, fat, and ugly. now that we' ve gotten the donald trump portion out of the way. >> i don' t think they are necessarily going to go for ted. the only budget ted has ever voted for is one that rand paul voted for that brags about cutting defense spending. >> everybody please attack ted. >> ben carson highlighted his outsider status here it >> you' re not going to hear a lot of polished political speech for me, but you will hear the truth. >> chris christie touted his >> who has been through it, who has made decisions. reformer. >> being in a position to balance the budget. sally: the race and highway is very close. the latest polls give trump a
shelley: as has become tradition during this crowded republican primary, the lower-polling candidates met in a debate earlier in the night. they fielded questions on topics including terrorism, government spending, taxes, and gun control. each one tailored their messages to iowa caucus-goers. the people of iowa know what the rest of americans have figured out, this ain' t working anymore. the government no longer works for those who pay for it. you know me. >> you gave me the largest number of votes in the history of the iowa caucus 8 years ago and i think you did it because you trusted me. pick the right person, not what >> the polls say, not who the money people give to. pick the leader you know is best for this country. if i become the president, i' m >> going to rebuild the us military. we' re going to take the sequester off the defense budget, give the navy the ships it needs. shelley this was the first time : since august that former virginia jim gilmore qualified for a republican debate. tom: the next republican debate
to new hampshire. abc news and wmur will partner with saint anselm college for february sixth. the democrats aren' t officially scheduled to debate again until february 11 in wisconsin. but the union leader is pushing for another debate in new hampshire next thursday. the democratic candidates have offered conditional support, but that the democratic national committee will sanction it. two republican presidential candidates are scheduled to return to new hampshire tomorrow. donald trump has a rally scheduled for tomorrow morning in nashua. ohio governor john kasich will be in hillsborough, concord, and greenland. shelley: a shelter in place warning has been lifted for middleton and surrounding towns. the order went out around 7:00, after police got multiple reports of shots fired. wmur' s suzanne roantree is live in middleton tonight with what
suzanne: it was just before 6:00 that middleton police say they got to separate calls to 911. the callers told police that the each had heard a single gunshot coming from a gray, older to door mitsubishi that had pulled over alongside the road near silver street. police say when they arrived near the area, the car had taken off, but they found footprints in the snow leading into the woods. area residents were put on shelter in place through social media. >> we secured the area and through the assistance of the new hampshire state police k-9 unit and using thermal imaging devices we were able to confirm , that the person who did go into the woods had come out and left. suzanne: the shelter in place was lifted at about 8:30 this evening. police say they have found some forensic evidence in the case but they cannot disclose what
they are looking for the driver of that older two-door gray mitsubishi. tom: a man has serious injuries after police say he was hit by a car in concord. the road was closed for several hours tonight. police are still investigating at this time. shelley: court paperwork says the man who owns a house in brentwood was the subject of an undercover sting. agents say he was trying to buy tens of thousands of dollars worth of ammunition. under the cover of night, fbi agents conducted a raid at this home on crawly falls road in brentwood. today, paperwork from the u.s. attorney' s office revealed the owner of the house, is 52-year-old daniel musso seen here during a 2013 scuffle with police in front of the state capitol. musso' s latest brush with the
sting operation. court papers say musso wanted to buy an extensive amount of weapons, and was involved in anti-government discussions. the fbi says they were tipped off last august, when musso went to a firearms dealer, to ask about buying $16,000 worth of ammunition, including grenades, gas masks and rockets. then last week musso met with an undercover agent posing as a weapons dealer. the affidavit says musso told the agent he was part of a group of people who wanted to quote, bring forth the original constitution, and said that' s why he needed the ammunition. back in 2013 musso was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and assault, for the confrontation at the capitol. he was one of several gun advocates attending a rally organized by the mayors againly -- against illegal guns campaign. musso was taken into custody wednesday, after meeting an undercover agent in seabrook. the affidavit says musso
during that meeting. musso has been charged with violating a federal firearms tom: gary lee sampson' s sentencing re-trial has been set for september 14. he was originally sentenced to death after he pleaded guilty to carjacking and killing two men in massachusetts during a crime spree in 2001. sampson also admitted he killed sampson' s death sentence was overturned in 2011 after the judge found a juror lied about her background. goffstown police say they found a credit card skimming device inside a card reader at a gas station. the pump at the irving circle k gas station at 277 mast road had been out of order since saturday afternoon. customers complained an error message showed up when they swiped their cards. a service technician discovered the skimmer. surveillance cameras at the gas station are helping police in
>> there were two vehicles parked outside that pump specifically where we believe someone placed it there at about midnight on the 23rd. tom: police say whoever installed the skimmer would have to come back to the pump to get the information. goffstown police want to hear from anyone who used the palm at the station between midnight and noon on saturday. shelley: police say a man led officers on a 40-mile chase through two states before he was arrested. somersworth police were trying to stop charles bill last night on several criminal motor vehicle violations. berwick maine police picked up the chase when he crossed the border and followed him through lebanon maine and milton new hampshire before a maine state trooper forced bill' s car to spin out. police found 40 grams of heroin on him. for many, the memories of the challenger disaster are so vivid it' s hard to believe it has been 30 years. tom: tonight, the center that bears the name of concord teacher christa mcauliffe held a
there. stephanie: 30 years ago on this day, one concord high school teacher stream of space travel became a nightmare for the rest of the country. but many here in concord are saying tonight that good things can come from even the worst of circumstances. as evidenced by this building behind us, the mcauliffe-shepard discovery center. >> the excitement and unbelievable exhilaration of all of us being there to see such a historic event, turned to utter tragedy in a matter of, 73 seconds after launch. stephanie: bob veilleux was one of more than 11,000 teachers to apply to the teacher in space program and a new hampshire finalist. when christa mcaulliffe got the job, veilleux traveled to cape canaveral to watch her take off. >> the day they finally flew the challenger, i never thought that they would, because it was in
and the shuttle was just not designed to fly under those stephanie: on january 28, 1986, the space shuttle exploded nine miles into the air killing on board. >> it could have been me. of us. stephanie: today at the mcauliffe-shepard discovery center more than 100 people gathered to honor mcauliffe. >> i think christa has inspired a lot of young people to reach for the stars. that was her message. stephanie: mark hampton taught at concord high school with mcauliffe. he says he saw her in the cafeteria just days before her death. >> when it was time for her to go she gave me a big hug, and at that moment i got a chill down my spine. and i just had the premonition that i would never see her again. stephanie: clint cogswell was the principal of the kimball school, where mcauliffe' s son scott went to school. cogswell watched the launch in florida with scott' s 3rd grade class. >> and all of a sudden, something happened in the sky t sure quite what it was.
had happened we had to explain it to the kids. stephanie: his wife watched scott and caroline mcauliffe while their mom was training with nasa. >> you know life goes on and all we can take away from this event is the inspiration that christa was. she was quite a dynamo. stephanie: since then, the kimball school has been renamed the christa mcauliffe school. in concord, stephanie woods, wmur news 9. tom: she was quite a dynamo, i love that. coming up on news 9 tonight. a man in boston has been diagnosed with zika virus. shelley: voters expect a lot
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virus which generally causes mild illness and is suspected of causing birth defects. president obama is creating a new federal task force with the goal of speeding up cancer research. vice president joe biden, who lost his son beau to cancer, will take the lead. the goal of the task force is to double the rate of progress on treatment and prevention. the panel is expected to meet for the first time on monday. shelley: campaigning in new hampshire is about more than holding a few big rallies. candidates spend their time walking down main street, talking one-on-one at small house parties, and eating at wmur' s adam sexton lays out the many ways white house hopefuls can come face-to-face with first-in-the-nation voters. re the candidate and the easiest way to meet people in the granite state is by s a good stop by robie' s country store, but don' t just wander around
jimmy carter did that in 1975 and the rest was history. >> he came up in back of me and he says ' good morning, mr. robie, i' m jimmy carter and i' m running for president of the united states' and i turned around quick and looked at him and i says ' jimmy who?' . adam you can pop in for a bite : and some meet & greet at any number of diners like lindy' s in keene where presidential politics is always on the menu. >> that' s what we' re here for. it' s where the politicians meet the real people. adam: you' ll need to march in a parade, or you can make one of your own. be sure to stop by a classroom or two. or a college campus. and don' t try too hard to impress us, that can very easily backfire >> oh no. adam next up the house party. : before you can shine on the national stage, you' ve got to do it in somebody' s living room. but these days it' s getting harder to maintain an intimate setting. >> we had ' em packed in, almost hanging from the rafters but not quite. adam if you' re going to hold a : town hall meeting, be prepared
eventually it' s time to go big or go home. bring your famous friend and an overflow crowd of granite staters and hope they don' t all change their mind in the voting booth. >> here i am, signed, sealed, delivered, i' m yours. adam sexton, wmur news 9. >> now, chief meteorologist mike with your storm watch 9 forecast. mike: we got the penguin plunge on the way before we get through the end of this upcoming month of february. the water temperature now is 43 degrees. a good bet that will have the water temperature warmer than the air. the countdown is on. check out our website for much more information on that. otherwise looking good in terms
norm of 31, that' s the average high this time of year but today we made a run at 41 degrees. amazing to see this run of mild temperatures. we still get another day above normal tomorrow, although a little cooler. the balance of the overnight will be on the dry side. there are two systems that are tracking between now and the end of tomorrow. one is back to the west of the great lakes. another one down over the east coast and a lot of this will pass harmlessly out to sea. however this disturbance may catch up to us tomorrow afternoon and tab a little of that moisture and not get back at us. a couple of widely scattered snow showers cannot be ruled out. we' re into the 20' s and low 30' s , 14 atop mount washington, not all that cold over 6000 feet of
teens and 20' s as you head out early tomorrow morning so little above the norm again. in terms of the timing of the showers and snow, they will work in late morning and afternoon. some partial sunshine but during the late morning and afternoon this disturbance will kick in and some moisture may try to roll back in all the ocean to create scattered snow showers. could be a half inch to an inch and some of the mountain top to outside of that it' quiet. one more front moves in saturday afternoon. we are right back into the mild air well above the average. clouds move in with a warm front , a band of light snow or snow showers mostly northern and central new hampshire for saturday evening, out of here by early on sunday. after that we are right back
s, maybe touching 50 for the first day of february. tomorrow morning this -- the clouds are in. outside of that, mainly quiet for the morning commute. better chance of a widely scattered shower or two late morning or afternoon with coding interview spots. snow showers late mainly of north, sunday looking good, near 50 with an isolated shower late monday. wednesday some ice and rainbow mostly rain for midweek. it will be just to warm to support snow.
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the bruins and the : celtics were off tonight. the bruins don' t play again until tuesday, because of the nhl all-star break. the celtics have won 4 in a row and host the magic tomorrow night. for the first time in his career, isaiah thomas is an nba all-star. coaches voted this week on seven reserves including two backcourt players and two wild to fill out the 12 man rosters. , says juan of only five players averaging over 21 points and one still for game this season. so it' s a well-deserved nod. top 25 college hoops tonight,
arizona. caleb throws it down, another dock for the big man from claremont, new hampshire. oregon pulls off the upset. that snaps of 49 game winning streak for arizona. a lakes region rivalry, gilford at laconia tonight. boys basketball
sachems in the , white and red, golden eagles in the blue. first half, mason mcgonagle with the drive, and hits the runner. on the near court, brendan mooney nice spin move on the baseline for a pair. off the inbounds pass, mcgonagle all alone for 3, and he hits. how about the hustle by andre mcneil, misses the jumper, but gets his own rebound, and lays it back up and in. but gilford had a strong second half, and they win it 70-56. the monarchs are playing three games in three days against the
manchester pitched a
shutout last night, game two, tonight. a physical affair down in the sunshine state, all about the defense. in the first period, night, get' s a couple of them right here. the monarchs scored three goals in the second period, with 9 different players registering a point. monarchs win 3-1. same two teams play again on friday night. college hockey tonght, plymouth state hosting worcester state at hanaway rink. third period, panthers up 1-0. marcus mazur skates in and scores for the visitors, tie game 1-1. but erik strom would get the game-winner for plymouth. he scores with 9 minutes to go in regulation, and it holds up, 2-1 is the final. ian mcgilvrey had a goal and an assist, while gordon ceasar made 26 saves. plymouth improves to 14-3-1 overall, 911 in mascac. this weeks hometown hero is a true winter warrior. plymouth high school senior will
we caught up with him while he was taking some ski jumps at practice. will does all of the skiing sports. alpine, cross country skiing, and jumping. last year he won the nhiaa ski meister award. he is the captain of the ski teams at plymouth high school and also captain of the golf team. he skied 95 days last year, so he just loves being out there. will also volunteers at the salvation army and the mobile food pantry. he will ski for plymouth state next year and study business administration. although he skis many disciplines, he does have a >> i would have to say the giant slalom and ski racing. i been working at that since i was younger and it' s something that i just love the most. of always love the outdoors since i was little. once i started skiing it kind of grew on me and i knew that i was
was nothing that would hold back from that. jason and as part of the : hometown hero shoot we decided to strap a go-pro on to will' s helmet and send him over the jump. really cool video to see. he estimates that he jumps about 28 meters. amazing. great job and good luck to will johnstone of plymouth regional high school, this week's hometown hero. tom: it' s great to see the plymouth he jumped. still to come, she' s the star of scandal. shelley: the celebration for
the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today. america runs on dunkin'. tom: scandal star kerry washington is being honored as harvard university' s hasty pudding theatricals woman of the year. shelley hasty pudding is the : oldest theatrical organization in the country. this afternoon washington led a parade through the streets of cambridge and received her pudding pot. you can watch washington in scandal right here on wmur. thanks for joining us for news 9 tonight at 11:00. tom: jimmy kimmel live is next, followed by night line. have a good night.
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