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>> it is a good chance for them to catch up before it gets too late. erin: now on "daybreak," giving students extra timeoff. the new plan for the schedule. sean: a nashua man is charged with sexual assault. his alleged victim was a patient who wasn't able to give consent. kevin: not quite as chilly day. the clouds continue to fill in ahead of the approaching system for saturday. all of the details and what to expect ahead. erin: governor maggie hassan has laid out her vision in new hampshire. she has some big goals for the next ten years. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak."
thanks for waking up with us. i'm erin fehlau. sean: i'm sean mcdonald. cold out there today. some folks are going to see some rain. some snow. kevin: it depends on region of the state. it could be several hours of sleet which we saw play out about a month ago. we start out with a lot of clouds continuing to file their way in. temperatures in the teens to lower 20's. not all that cold today. we should be in the upper 20's to lower 30's with clouds thickening. all eyes on the system tracking to the southeast. with that, it starts to develop overnight tonight. it will be moving through through around mid afternoon tomorrow. temperatures with this system near the freezing mark. that means several different types of precipitation just are. we'll detail it with future cast in just a bit. let's look at your friday morning ride here in the granite state. good friday morning, deb. deb: good friday morning.
commute on the everett turnpike, we are seeing congestion. as you are approaching the airport on the northbound side. please use caution and try to stay off to the side there. 93 is moving well as you are making your way through the state from concord down to the hooksett tolls. then from manchester in to salem. 111, 1 o 1, and the paulding are moving well. we have delaying on 95 in both directions around exit two and one. that's due to the left lane being closed for some construction. this report is being brought to you by autofair. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: the first republican presidential debate of the new year featured heated exchanges between donald trump and ted cruz. sean: just seven candidated shared the stage. they covered a wide variety of issues over a course of more than two hours.
some of the highlights. >> seven candidates. one debate stage. no lack of a task. first up, president obama fresh off of the state of the union address. >> president obama didn't so much as mention the ten sailors that had been captured by iran. >> on tuesday night i watched story time with barack obama. >> this debate had the fewest numbers of candidates. a high profile effort to persuade voters before the iowa caucuses. the gloves coming off between donald trump and ted cruz. the bromance over. a testy exchange between the two candidates about accusation this cruz might not be able to serve because of his canadian roots. >> you have great lawyers that say you can run. >> i'm not going to take legal advice from donald trump. >> you don't have to. reporter: cruz said he didn't tell them about a $1 million loan from the banks.
error disclosing it on one piece of paper instead of the other. reporter: crews throwing more jabs attacking by saying he represents new york values. >> not a lot of conservatives come out of manhattan. reporter: trump called it insulting and praised the response to 9/11. >> when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, more humanely than new york. reporter: attacked on hillary clinton were also in full force. she was on a different stage with "tonight show" host jiminy fallon. stephanie ramos, abc news, washington. erin: while the republicans debated, bernie sanders spoke to a crowd. so many people turned out, so had to sit in the overflow room. the vermont senator discussed the political revolution which he says
minimum wage to $15 an hour, making public colleges tuition free, and creating a single payor health care system. >> the ones are related to higher education and the environment. so i'm at a unique position in my life. i want to make sure i'm making the right decision. erin: according to a new poll, sanders leads by six points among likely democratic voters here in new hampshire. sean: some students in bedford are getting time off. the recovery days are raising a few eyebrows for parents. live to explain how it works. good morning. ray: good morning. a new initiative allowing students to skip next week. classes will be held for tunes who are struggling. any student will be aloud to attend if they need to work on projects
a lot of people seem to be on board with the competence recovery days. he has been able to convince the parent who's were skeptical at first. >> when we take the time to explain what it typically is like and how this isn't that different and also our intention is to help students who haven't masters those skills yet get there. we've had a pretty good reception from the parents that have asked the questions. >> i think it is a great idea for the kids who studied and have great grades. ray: students get monday off. they will get february 9th off for primary day and february vacation beginning on the 22nd. reporting live in bedford, ray brewer,wmur news 9. sean: thanks. students at a school over the border are getting a four-day weekend because of the
the timony grammar school is closed after 200 people called out sick. the school will be cleaned over the weekend. erin: a nashua man accused of assaulting a patient at a fault for developmentally disabled adults. charles bureau faces two misdemeanor charges. the victim was a 37-year-old woman that he was caring for but she was considered not able to give consent. the staff reported the assaults. >> he's a caretaker. the charges involved her inability to consent to sexual activity. he was involved with her on two occasions. as a result of those, he's being charged with a crime. erin: the former employer said in a statement he was immediately removed from our facility and terminated. we recognize the serious nature of the situation and we're providing full cooperation with law enforcement and state agencies involved. sean: governor maggie hassan
of infrastructure work other the next decade. her ten-year transportation plan includes completing the i-93 widening, working on the exit 4a sooner, replacing the bridge, and allows commuter rail plans between concord and boston to advance. it also includes work on nearly two dozen red listed bridges and resurfacing 200 miles of roads each year. the ten-year plan is required by law. erin: still ahead, tears of joy in manchester. a local veteran has a new home free of charge. sean: he's one of the top players and scorers. he's says he's more proud of how he works with his teammates. erin: medical marijuana in new hampshire.
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kevin: friday morning, january 15th. temperatures either side of 20 with quite a few clouds. couple of breaks. not quite as chilly as we get near the freezing mark. a system approaches tonight. it means a messy mix for a lot of folks. we will have the details coming up. sean: an army veteran has a new home this morning. he doesn't have to pay a cent for it. erin: it was donated by the military warriors support foundation in partnership with bank of america. the mortgage is completely recovered. trevor leadbeatter was wounded while serving in afghanistan and reenlists and deployed again. yesterday the
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bring in and allow this to happen to a nice family. erin: what a wonderful thing. the house was completely remodeled. donated to the bedroom set to the couple that currently sleeps on a futon. sean: one of the senior captains says he takes pride in helping his younger teammates. zach pell tellier excels teammates. >> this team has a lot of heart. two top lines are dominant. especially with me, brennan, and jake. we work well together. we have for many years. his college options.
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erin: the cold is causing a frustrating and unique problem. the mailboxes froze shut 37 they have been sealed for days. they have hired contractors to deice the locks.
it can take up to an hour to open a single one. there you go. i didn't pay the bill. i didn't get to it. i can't get to it. sean: good excuse. erin: the horse-drawn carriages may not be going away after all. bill de blasio pledged to get rid of the rides calling it inhumane. a deal could be announced to provide a new stable within central park for around 75 horses. nearly two-thirds of the horses currently working in the park would be retired. sean: yes. some people are starting to work on taxes. if you are a procrastinator, you have a few extra theys. friday, april 15th, is a public holiday in washington, d.c.
until monday the 18th. people in maine and massachusetts will get even more time. april 18th is patriots day. more than 8,000 mbta customers are getting a refund after they were double charged for parking. they blame a glitch in the pay by phone app. erin: authorities in canada counted the number of bank notes is down. they are now made with a plastic polymer instead of plain paper, making them harder to fake. they say counterfeits are easy to spot. they are working to make polymer bills as well. the blurry white dots are what may be the biggest and brightest super nova ever observed. scientists say the star
billion brighter than our sun and produced up to 50 times for light than all of the stars in the milky way combined. that's one bright star. sean: something that should be enjoyed from a disstance. kevin: any time i want to let your mind expand, think about some of those numbers. erin: how do they come up with that? kevin: it is amazing to think about. we start off with the clouds. we are ahead of the next storm system. niche after midnight fair game. temperatures back in the 20's to near the freezing mark as we work our way through the evening hours. what starts as a little bit of snow or freezing rain or sleet tomorrow morning likely goes over to rain from concord to the coast. it is either all snow or snow mixing with sleet
this is the storm in question and the one we've been tracking over the last several days. maps had it much farther off shore than this morning. we'll get in on the north western half as it moves northeast. it is a fairly quick moving burst. it likely to be compacted to somewhere around the pre-dawn hours tomorrow through about lunchtime in southern areas and lingering in to the afternoon up north. today ahead of that, a lot of clouds. just a few breaks. temperatures starting in the single digits within teens to lower 20's. highs in to the afternoon, upper 20's to mid 30's. a light wind and a couple of hours of melting going on, especially in the areas that have the stubborn ice left on the back porch or sidewalks. you can kind of try to chisel out the way later on this afternoon. clouds still out there through a good part of the day. then the clouds from the next system arriving later on this afternoon and tonight. again leading edge of this could be a little bit of light snow or wintry mix. from concord south and east it likely goes over
times tomorrow morning. inland sections, not quite a easy. especially as the terrain varies from town to down. maybe staying as snow in some of the higher elevations. you get up in the north country. the potential there for mostly snow could be five or six inches before tapering off later tomorrow afternoon there. it will be a little bit earlier in the day in southern portions of the state. partial sunshine for sunday after the messy mix tomorrow. a breeze out of the northwest. an area of snow showers aemployeing. this is an arctic front with showers and a squall sunday morning. colder air trying to drive in out of canada with strong winds to go along with it. likely getting the strong winds as we work our way in to monday afternoon and tuesday. high temperatures today getting back near the freezing mark. not quite as chilly
tonight we ease back. one to three inches of sleet or rain. it is mostly rain from concord and manchester to the coast after starting the mix. it looks fairly quiet and chilly and windy through a good part of next week. sean: it won't be raining through the patriots game. kevin: likes like most should be long gone by game time. sean: let's check out the top stories. ray: students who are doing well are being rewarded and they get to skip the midterms. classes held and required only for students who are struggling or need extra help. any student will be allowed to attend if they need to work on projects or want to complete the community service. sean: a nashua man accused of sexually assaulting a 37-year-old patient at a mental facility for adults. 72-year-old charles bureau faces two
sean: welcome back. the piano man seems to be making a home away from home. erin: billy joel will perform there. perform there three years in a row. they say joel is returning thanks to popular demands. sean: you've seen them before. just love. he has so many to choose from. surgeries a homeless couple in florida is
tie the knot thanks to generous neighbors. erin: rocky and evelyn have wanted to get married for years. after a newspaper ran their story, the owner of a nearby wedding venue gave them a dream wedding worth $20,000. this week they are choosing flowers, food, and cake and a local police officer is helping them find a home. the money for the marriage license as well. that's just wonderful. sean: they get to have some good food too as well. i want some of the runs. coming up, most people consider please to be part of good manners. why are teachers at this school being told to stop saying it. erin: and a man in new york is on a mission to find the police officer who helped
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "daybreak." erin: good morning to you. you made it to friday. we're seeing temperatures out there along the seacoast in the 20's and later on this evening we're expecting a system to move in. and it depends really where you are in the state what you are going to get out of it. sean: snow, sleet, rain, kevin it sort it out. some high schools students in bedford will not have to go to school. the district has decided that kids who are doing well do not need to show up for midterms. and a man accused of killing two women in 1988 in nashua.
to determine what led up to a crash that left one person dead. erin: all right. what are we going to get from this? kevin: for concord and manchester, any mix goes over to rain. inland sections more sleet. up north, snow out of the system. we'll notice that we have quite a few clouds. no precipitation today or through the evening commute. that arrives overnight tonight and early tomorrow. we'll be moving away. single digits up north. lower 20's in southern areas. upper 30's to lower 30's today. a couple of breaks. a light wind and not as cold as lately. we're gaining about three minutes of daylight a day. erin: that's nice. sean: there's some improvement there. erin: the snow is arriving so late. are we going to have snow in to may. i didn't say that. we want to check the roads. here's a look at i-93. >> for a look at the
morning drive, we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning.
may. i say that. all of the major roads in the state of new hampshire are moving well and completely up to speed. we're not seeing any incidents to slow you down. however we are getting word of a crash just off of 93 southbound in the londonderry area off of exit five as you are approaching the 98 merge. several cared are involved in numerous emergency
vehicles are on the scene. be alert as you make your way through there. also a crash in massachusetts. a multi-car crash on 93 south in andover. just south of exit 42. the left lane is blocked. numerous responders are on the scene as well. this report is being brought to you by autofair. i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: all right. they will hold the midterm exams. not all students will be required to take them. erin: they call it competency recovery days allowing students who have reached a certain level
bedford. initiative is not sitting well with all : that's right. there are some parents who say these competency recovery days will help struggling with their classes. other parents think it is unfair those kids who are struggling will have to be in school while the kids who are doing well get the time off. some students in bedford will be getting an early winter break next week. decided that student who's are doing well in the classes don't need midterm exams. >> if a student is passing their class, that a teacher can waive the midterm. ray: it is a controversial plan called competency recovery days. bedford high will be adjusting the schedule so that classes will only be held for students who need extra help. >> the work that's going to be happening with teachers and students, that's going to be for students who haven't yet
skills. that's what competency recovery is about. ray: some parents like the idea. >> i think it is a great idea for the kids who studied. don't have to take another one. >> if they are falling behind, it is a good chance to catch up. ray: others say they just don't like the idea at all. the superintendent says many of them though have come around once he explained the district's goal. >> when we take the time to explain what it is like and how this isn't that different and also our intention is to help students who haven't get there. we've had a pretty good reception from the parents that have asked the question. ray: students who have been excused from class request still show up if they want to complete service. live in bedford, wmur news 9. erin: thank you. the republican
a debate last night on the fox business network. the contenders touched on a number of topics. at times things got a bit heated. nikole killion is in the washington bureau to show us some of the highlights. reporter: perhaps the fiercest was between donald trump and deed -- ted cruz. >> not a lot of conservatives come out of manhattan. i'm just saying. >> this was a very insulting statement that ted made. >> on the issue of citizenship, donald, i'm not going to use your mother's birth against you. >> okay. because it wouldn't work. if you become the nominee, who the hell knows if you can serve in office. reporter: the top two candidates came out swinging. >> i hate to interrupt the episode of court tv. reporter: those pulled their own punches. >> i like chris christie, we cannot afford to have a
states that supports common core. we cannot afford to have a president of the supports gun control. >> i like marco too. two years ago he called me a conservative needed. that was before he was running against me. reporter: at one point all of the candidates could agree on doing away with many of the policies and taking out hillary clinton this fall. in washington, nikole killion, wmur news 9. sean: the candidates are looking ahead to the next round of debates. the three democrats are face offer sunday night. that debate airs on nbc. the republicans debate in iowa on january 28th. this will be the last debate before the iowa caucuses and it airs on the fox news channel. fresh all of the debate, several contenders are in the state today. carly is holding events in hollis and milford. john kasich will be in
rand paul and jeb bush are in hollis. marco rubio will visit claremont. >> campaigning for new hampshire is like nowhere else in the country. that tradition is at stake as they try to bump new hampshire out of the first in the nation spot. wmur will air an encore presentation of the past and future and what the political event means to the granite state and the candidates. >> we give them respect as voters, residents, members of the media to give them the opportunity to make their case in our living rooms, on our streets, and in meets rooms. erin: tune in at 4:00 p.m. for the first in the nation 100 years of tradition. it is a special airing this weekend at 4:00. you can stream it at wmur.com or on our
sean: a judge has denied bail. anthony barnaby faces two counts of first-degree murder in the 1988 deaths of charlene ranstrom and brenda warner. david caplin is also charged in the stabbing deaths. there were several reasons keeping barnaby behind bars including new statements from barnaby once said he was going to kill two women in nashua. barnaby himself confessed to taking part in the crime. erin: a deadly crash is under investigation. this accident happened about 1:30 on derry street. the ford taurus was headed south when it crossed the center line. the driver of the pronounced dead at the hospital. police say a woman and two children in the suv were not hurt. sean: as expected, the new hampshire senate has passed a number of issues to address the opioid crisis.
increase the availability and enhance for those that distribute the drugs illegally. lawmakers acknowledge this is just the start in combating the ongoing epidemic. >> but there's still more to be done. we need to fund drug courts and do a better job of heroin and fentanyl dealers in new hampshire. there's money that has to be appropriated. sean: the bills could make it to the desk by the end of the month. erin: new hampshire awarded the first certificate for cultivating medical marijuana. they will open the facility in rochester. once the company is completed cultivating its cannabis, the state will inspect the location in plymouth to determine if it is ready to begin operations. after that happens, a registration certificate will be issued allowing the dispensary to begin. it is expected to begin operations sometime in the spring.
close call for a family in massachusetts. erin: i was thinking just thank god. there's no way we should have alive. sean: they escaped injury when stray bullets flew in their suv. erin: most people consider it polite to say please. one school is now banning teachers from saying that word to their students. kevin: increasing and thickening of clouds. what it means for a messy mix on saturday with your forecast
kevin: friday morning, january 15th. quite a few clouds. there could be a couple of sunny breaks here and there. a light wind and temperatures in the upper 20's to lower 30's. not quite as chilly. that sets up the next storm system arriving overnight tonight. details coming up. sean: thanks. a massachusetts family is grateful after surviving a deadly incident. erin: their suv was hit by three straight bullets after they took a wrong turn in dorchester. amber says the two bullets missed her 6-year-old son's head.
middle of the backseat. >> the bullet had came straight through the back window and over my son's head and by my ear. >> if he was about two inches taller, he would have gotten in the way of the bullet. erin: another bullet just barely missed the gas tank. this morning the shooter is at large. sean: teachers at one north carolina school are being banned from using the word please. it is part of a new tacticalled no-nonsense nurturing. it is when they give them concise instructions without using please. it leaves no room for kids to misbehave. saying please indicates they have an option. a man in new york is trying to track down a police officer who helped him out. >> wherever you are at, come out of the wood works please. sean: he was heading for a job interview when he went to the wrong location. he needed that job. he knew he would not make it to his interview on time. he started crying. that's when an officer
he asked what went wrong. the officer gave him a ride to his interview. james made it on time, ended up getting the job, and now he's on a mission to find the officer and thank him. >> part of the reason he got that job is they were impressed with seeing a police officer do that for him. >> the last thing he said was good luck and god bless you. i said i owe you lunch. sean: he owes him lunch. he's hoping the officer will let him thank him in person. erin: in sports this morning, the new england patriots will try to advance to the afc championship game tomorrow. first they need to beat the kansas city chiefs. either way you know that tom brady will give it everything they got for a win. the chiefs know it too. >> yeah. he's who everybody is chasing. to be doing it as long as he has is -- it is remarkable. it is tough to put in to words. >> pretty consistent. regardless if he has players doing it on the
it goes through brady. he's the guy. erin: he is the guy. tomorrow's game kicks off at 4:35 at gillette stadium. sean: all right. fingers crossed. chip kelly has a new job. the san francisco 49ers announced they hired him as the new head coach. he was fired by the philadelphia eagles after 15 games this season. 49ers ceo announced the hiring on twitter saying they were thrilled after a thorough search. he will be introduced next week. >> congratulations to super runner, maegan doody from oyster river high school. he's the gatorade girls cross country runner of the year. this is the third year he has won the award. she's a three-time winner at the meet of champions. she placed 28th in the foot locker national championships. best of luck to her.
dinosaur is now a 122-foot long creature is so big it tops the model by about 30 feet. the dinosaur was discovered in 2014. they had fun with it. it took crews nearly two years to unearth the new species. the giant herbivore is part of the titanosaur group. thankfully i wasn't walking around. as i mentioned before, it could be dangerous even though you weren't the target of his appetite. you never know. erin: it is amazing to see how big those dinosaurs were. sean: they were big. kevin: calling them lizards is weird. imagine them to be smaller. sean: lizards were pretty big back then. everything was. kevin: i guess so. up in the north country. we have a few breaks we'll have clouds continuing to file in. south of the white mountains quite a few more clouds early this that's been keeping temperatures up. a lot of areas in the teens to lower range of a light wine and
afternoon. a few breaks in the overcast up north. clouds will be filing in from the west through the day ahead of the next storm system that's pushing out of the gulf of mexico and headed northeast. the ultimate track of the system has been the bone of contention with most of the maps. we've been watching them slowly fade off shore. they start to come back closer bringing more direct effects for us here with the time frame of tomorrow morning and early afternoon. anywhere from the teens to lower range of the 20's this morning. we're going to continue to see the temperatures work their way back in to the 20's to
lower 30's this afternoon. pretty close to where we should be for this time of year with a light wind and quite a few clouds moving through. really no precipitation through the evening commute. we likely go through midnight without much out there. it is overnight tonight that we start to see the precipitation move in to southern areas of the sate. you can see that here. a lot of that pictured as rain or wintry mix. i think any sort of a mixture from concord and manchester will go over
if any, accumulation. it is farther west as you get
up through the terrain and certainly farther north. it more likely get involved with the system. i think we go back and forth depending on the valley or higher terrain situation out west. up north likely mostly snow out of the system before maybe even ending as a little bit of sleet. it is going to be a fairly quick moving system and pre-dawn hours through about lunch time and through about mid afternoon up north. once it pulls away, partial clearing setting up for saturday night and partly sunny skies for sunday. notice the clouds increasing late. scattered snow showers maybe a brief squall a possibility early monday. that will be the leading edge of colder air out of central canada. it is going to mean temperatures in the 20's. high temperatures today getting their way back in to the low to mid 30's across the region. the farther back to the west you go the likely right around 30 degrees. it does look like that wintry mix pushes in overnight northward.
inches of accumulation. out west about one to three inches mixing with rain which would limit amounts there or some sleet. south and eastern areas likely going to be mix over to rain. you'll notice that the colder air files in along with some gusty winds on monday an. that will be around through a good part of the storm free conditions through most of next week. sean: some will see the snow and rain. kevin: that's right. i wanted to show you the schools. they got back to talk weather yesterday. we talked about why thunderstorms are so loud and why rainbows happen without crayons, and ice cream cone shaped tornadoes. they wanted to call the fortunates ice cream cones. a big thank you to them. we read them "cloudetfe" as well. a big thank you. sean: rainbows do well with crayons.
kevin: most of them think they are made by crayons, not sun. erin: a video is going viral. check it out. >> say cheese. erin: looks like one of the dogs from the commercial with the perfect teeth. the dog smiles on command. this pup has a lot to smile about. he's going up for adoption in a couple of weeks. so far the video has been viewed more than 12 million times on facebook. looks like he has perfect pearly whites. sean: i was thinking the same thing. his teeth look great. i'm going to find out his doggy dentist and i'll go there. erin: we asked where are the best nachos.
erin: 6:55. updating our top stories. sean: midterms next week. not all students are fired to take them. ray: a lot of students can take next week off and skip the midterms. classes are required for students struggling or needing extra help. any student would be allowed to attend if they want to work on projects or complete community service. erin: a judge is denied for a man and women accused of killing two people. there were several reasons including statements from new witnesses to keep him behind bars. sean: a nashua man is accused of sexually assaulting a
facility for developmentally disabled adults in hollis. 72-year-old charles bureau faces two misdemeanor charges. erin: they are investigating a fatal crash. the driver of a ford taurus died after the car crossed the center line and hit an suv. sean: all right. if you are heading out the door this morning on friday, let's check out travel times. manchester down to boston is looking good at 49 minutes. 95 portsmouth to boston also about the same time. 53 minutes. kevin: next system approaches. a lot of clouds and a break. here's a look at possible accumulation. you get manchester and concord south and east. it is mostly rain after an initial mix. more of a mix as you get in far western areas. you could see a few inches of accumulation. as you get north, a little bit more in the way of snow as opposed to anything else.
six inches of snow. we'll continue to see that wind down early afternoon to later in the afternoon up in the north country. a slick start to the day tomorrow across a good part of the state. isn't they will be happy to have some snow. coming up next, they are going to have more details and reaction on a story we told you about this morning. a north carolina school is banning teachers from saying the word please to students because it feels like they are giving them an option to do something. sean: yeah. i don't know. this is worked for year. why change it? she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. 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