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kevin: now at noon, light snow for the afternoon. how much we will see it heaviest and how it will look down the road ahead. ,erin: days after roland dow' s request to reduce his sentence was denied its ruling on his conviction appeal. state of the union. to cover in tonight' and why this speech will be and we' re learning more about the dramatic capture of el chapo. the new look at where the drug lord was hiding. like we do. now, wmur news 9 at noon. [captioning performed by the
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visit] erin: after a weekend of rain and record warmth, there is snow which will be arriving this i' m erin fehlau. little slick this evening. we have a live look from colebrook, where the snow will afternoon. meteorologist kevin skarupa is here with what we can expect. kevin: the numbers don' t tell you the whole story. it is all about timing sometimes . temperatures are likely at or below freezing. that could mean slick areas in time for the evening commute. still a few breaks of sunshine out there, but those will be few and far between. light snow to our south and west and moving in our direction. through the afternoon we will see the light snow develop and will pick up at times and eventually late as afternoon and early this evening, there could be a first where we see 1-3 inches of snow with even a brief
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abilities, -- lowering visibilities. we will begin a more active pattern with the forecast, coming up. erin: just days after a three judge panel rejected his request to reduce his sentence, roland dow' s appeal has now been denied by the state supreme court. the plaistow man was convicted of severely beating his girlfriend' s son. dow was seeking a new trial claiming in part that some testimony was prejudicial to his case. ray brewer has read the decision, and is in the studio with more on the justices' reasoning. ray: the decision found that the trial judge in roland dow' s case acted appropriately in allowing the testimony. roland dow was convicted of abusing the three will child of his former girlfriend. in the appeal, he claimed the trial court made two major the first, that the judge allowed testimony that dow physically abused linscott.
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dow in the trial. ray: in its decision, the supreme court says the recent for the role is to make sure the defendant is tried upon the merits of the crime he is charged with. in siding with the trial court, the supreme court wrote that the testimony about the abuse linscott suffered at the hands of dow explained why she delayed reporting dubious. -- reporting the abuse. ray: the second mistake made by the trial court, according to the appeal, was allowing an expert witness to testify regarding the effects of domestic violence on a victim. the defense claiming in part that the testimony unfairly s case. but the supreme court rejected that argument, citing the jury instructions where the judge
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ray: this decision means that dow will continue to serve ascendance of 25 to six and seven years in prison although court to reconsider the decision. ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: the man who sexually assaulted and murdered a unh student is filing an appeal to have his convictions reversed. seth mazzaglia is serving a life sentence without parole for killing 19-year-old lizzi marriott. he was also convicted on lesser charges, including witness tampering. the questions the defense are asking the court to resolve have been redacted from the paperwork that was filed. the state will have until march 11 to respond.
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breaking into his neighbors apartment repeatedly and stealing his items. police arrested 22-year-old alexander twardosky. the victim reported that someone broke into his apartment on different occasions over the past several weeks while he was at work, stealing electronics and other items. twardosky is charged with burglary. the fight against the opioid crisis gripping new hampshire concord this morning. to examine bipartisan legislation aimed at increasing treatment options. making narcan more accessible prescribers to utilize the prescription drug monitoring system every time. governor hassan opened the public meeting thanking focus on the epidemic and creating new laws to address the issues. this together. this is an all hands on deck moment for our state. the people of new hampshire are
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erin: coming up tonight beginning at 5:00, staggering new numbers just released about how many opioid prescriptions were written in new hampshire in the last three months alone, and how one lawmaker wants to hold prescribers accountable. president obama' s final state of the union speech is expected to be unlike the others. it won' t be a laundry list of proposals, but rather, a look back at what the president' s done over the past 7 years. abc' s stephanie ramos has a preview from washington. >> the president of the united states! stephanie: in his final year in office, president obama will deliver his last state of the union address to corn gas. instead of trying to persuade the joint session to work with him on a legislative to do list, the president is expected to deliver a speech with a slightly different tone. in a video released by the white house, mr. obama previews what he will say tonight. president obama: what i want to focus on, not just a remarkable progress we have made, not just what i want to get done in the
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to do together in the years to come. s recovery. president obama: seven years low. high. act. president obama: we have brought health care system. stephanie: and foreign policy. he is also expected to cut on the gun violence epidemic and marriage. >> it does become a little more of a legacy speech in terms of defining what has been achieved. stephanie: many highs to talk sell. in the latest nbc news-"wall journal" poll, 70% of americans on the wrong track. josh earnest: obviously attributable to the avalanche of negativity from the republican candidates. stephanie: the president will americans as they select the next president of the united states.
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with first lady michelle obama, including a refugee from war-torn syria. but i share in mrs. obama' s box will be left empty to honor victims of gun violence. stephanie ramos, abc news, washington. erin: the president' s final state of the union speech is scheduled to begin at 9:00 tomorrow night and you can watch it right here on wmur. or watch the live stream on on our mobile app. now to the campaign trail here through new hampshire. former first-daughter chelsea clinton spent the morning campaigning for her mother in concord. she also has events in manchester and portsmouth this afternoon. and republican ted cruz will speak at a rally in hudson and then hold a town hall meeting in londonderry. and the next republican debate is thursday evening on the fox business network and just 7 candidates will share the stage. the selection is based on the top six candidates in the 5 most recent national polls, and any candidate in the top 5 in either
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rand paul and carly fiorina didn' t make the cut this time even though they have in the past. both have been invited to the undercard debate, but paul says he won' t participate in anything other than the primetime debate. coming up next, truck hits a fire hydrant in california, sending water high into the sky. why it took rescuers so long to reach the driver. and el chapo captured. the new details just released from the now infamous "rolling stone" interview. kevin: another system right behind as we make our way into the end of the week. all the details on both, coming up. erin: and in today' s "grow it green," from gardening perks to your own supply of honey. we' ll tell you how simple it is
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erin: check this out. a driver in california hit a fire hydrant this morning, sky. officials say the driver hit the hydrant and a power pole, forcing rescuers to wait until the electricity was cut before
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hospital to be checked out. a family of four has been killed in a house explosion in ohio. fire officials say the bodies of a mother and her two daughters were found near the front of the house. s body was found in neighbors say the explosion was so powerful that it shook nearby homes. to try to save the family inside. the cause remains under investigation. now to mexico, and the latest on today, as we learn more details about the dramatic raid and capture of the billionaire drug lord, "rolling stone" magazine has released the full 17-minute interview with el chapo and abc' s elizabeth hur has the details. elizabeth: this morning, "rolling stone" releasing the full video of l troppo -- el chapo' penn. he says she is not apologetic about being a drug lord, explaining there was no other way to survive.
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elizabeth: abc' matt gutman was house and the underground tunnels in mexico. after the mexican marines released this video showing the way through and killing five of el chapo' s men before tracking down the target. after -- actor eric el castillo killing media he was priced to the secret meeting between el chapo and penn. mexican intelligence was tracking both actors, and penn is speaking out, defending his interview with the drug think ve got nothing to hide." as for el chapo' said being free is nice but he
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extradition has been suspended. erin: you will have much more on that story for you starting tonight at 5:00. in. kevin: not a huge hit of snow but the timing is not ideal for the evening commute. erin: bees are abuzz. hand at beekeeping?
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>> now, meteorologist kevin stripper with your storm watch nine forecast. stormwatch nine forecast. kevin: reverses system moving in this afternoon and evening. in some spots it will accumulate to an inch or two. in others, a few of those very brief snow squall situations at lower visibility. we continue to watch the sunshine and get shouted over by northern half of the state. we see the snowfall first. looks like over the next two or three hours that moves into the western and northern areas. you can see a couple returns try
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far back to the west, it does not come back to us all at once. pockets of snow when you get into the lighter blue shadings. moderate snow. temperatures from the matchup between eastern europe 30. if we see any -- near 30. we will see temperatures climb by a few extra degrees in there. for the rest of us, the western and northern half of the state in the next couple hours. the pockets of snow get more organized for the afternoon as we stop this for you at around 7:00 this evening. snow ongoing and we could be talking half an inch to an inch per hour and a brief time early this evening before the system starts to move away. by 11:00 tonight what is left of the snow, mainly for the north country, there may be just an additional snow shower moving through effectively by 10:00 or 11:00 tonight, the accumulation we will see from the system will
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we will have snow showers tonight and the brisk winds kick in tomorrow. bringing even colder air that we started the week with. it comes with sunshine and clouds through the end of the weekend all the way through friday, nothing more than the snow shower in the light mountains. clouds gather late friday evening and moving in and the west coast. it starts to purchase sometime on saturday. -- starts to approach sometime on saturday. this is the next chance. one to three inches of a commission from what starts this afternoon. the storm will be strengthening for the back to the east. places in main stand the chance of seeing six inches of snow through the system. brisk winds tomorrow, and then we go to the sunshine all the way through friday at the next system could be snow, the wintry
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system moves by tonight. let' s head to "grow it green." s "grow it green." i' m joined by margaret hagen from unh cooperative extension. s topic, there is a lot of buzz, pun intended, and something people are interested in, having their own beehive. margaret: people are interested in growing nb bees, especially since cards are having trouble surviving. if you want honey, this is what i would be after, too good what a great hobby to do. there are a couple things you need to know. ray: what do i need to keep a hive thriving? margaret: the first thing to do
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you want them blooming from spring through fall to survive. poplars, naples, although it to new england asters, and the other thing you need is a water source. ray: the things aside from that -- do you need protection from wind, cold, water, and in my case i live in numeral area and my need protection from sipping else. out of the wind, that is fine. ideal also. if you live in numeral area you have problems with bear-- a rural area you have problems with bears, put it in an area where you don' t have bears travel. pretty much everything out here, the smoke, the feeders -- you
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you don' t need to preregister. just show up and when you go to farm and forest on the weekend of the 23rd, they have an exhibitors berth for the new hampshire beekeeper association and they have lots of resources and it is staffed by knowledgeable people so if you are uncertain, go talk to them. if you learn about pollinator plants, go on to the cooperative extension website. ray: as we can see between us, a lot of books here. lot information that way and at some point in time you' ll be enjoying around.
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erin: big news when in the past hour. the powerball prize has increased to $1.4 billion. there are several apps out there that will help you determine if you won a smaller prize. lotta lotto tells you if you have a winning ticket, big or small. if you' re in an office pool, lottery pool boss helps people keep track of who' s in which pool. and be sure to watch wmur tomorrow night at 11:00. we will bring you the
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kevin: we are not going to hit the jackpot as far as the amount of snow but it will be around for the evening commute to slick spots due to temperatures below the freezing mark. should wind down leader this evening. erin: starting tonight at 5:00, we begin our "10 questions" series with the presidential candidates to help you compare their differences and similarities on some of the biggest issues of this campaign. and we will have live team coverage of the storm moving in to new hampshire. those winter weather advisories take effect in just a couple of hours. that does it for us.
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