tv News 9 Noon ABC January 20, 2016 12:00pm-12:30pm EST
will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. t know how i survived it. wouldn' t give up. erin: now at noon, new details in raymond as police continue the hunt for two men behind a violent home invasion. what we are learning about the man targeted. kevin: that icy wind continues into the afternoon. we will tell you when that starts to change and the possibility for any snow over the weekend ahead. erin: 20 people dead and 50 injured after a deadly attack in pakistan. a group already claiming responsibility for the attack. and presidential hopefuls are on the campaign trail in the granite state. we take a look at who' s here and what they' re discussing. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org]
now, wmur news 9 at noon. i am erin fehlau. wind continues this afternoon. we have a live look in merit if is. chilly. evans grube joins us with our see some snow this weekend. kevin: yes, temperatures -- meteorologist kevin skarupa joins us with our outlook, including when we may see some snow this weekend. kevin: yes, temperatures are warmer, if you can call them bact that. two storm systems on her maps. one in the rockies has been the storm and question over the last several days. wind chills in the single digits. temperatures themselves will fall to that level later tonight. the holder air in place of the
we will have more on that with minutes. you so much. today, three people arrested in a drug raid in manchester faced a judge today. eliezer gonzalez fabian, and gino garcia matta all face drug related charges. police seized $35,000 worth of drugs, including fentanyl after raiding an apartment on lake avenue. officers say they also found cocaine, crack cocaine, heroin, and drug packaging materials. a massachusetts man is facing drug charges accused of selling marijuana in nashua. police arrested 39-year-old leroy pearson of dorchester monday after 10 pounds of marijuana was discovered in his vehicle. pearson is charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute. and commitment 2016 news this noon, the new hampshire primary and multiple presidential hopefuls are campaigning in the state. we begin our coverage with former president bill clinton,
wmur' s amy coveno has more from salem. amy: 20 days to the new hampshire primary former , president bill clinton calling that an eternity, telling supporters here to get out the vote, telling them they have been good to him and his family in the past, and now is the time. he glossed over bernie sanders' 27-point lead here in new hampshire, calling it a "home field advantage." mr. clinton: they appointed a special committee that kept her there for 11 hours. i don' t know what you thought. i thought she ate their lunch. amy: next up -- concord. this is the final stop for clinton in new hampshire. he' s back home tonight. in salem, amy coveno, wmur news 9. erin: all right, amy, thank you. republican hopeful jeb bush is also making a trek through the granite state.
circle leadership forum. while he was there, he discussed a number of issues, including how to make the american dream alive again. mr. bush: today in this country, more and more people think that the american dream is dead. the way to make sure that hopes reality and washington, d.c. attending a veterans meet and greet in manchester with senator lindsey graham. just last week, graham endorsed bush. bush will also hold a town hall in keene tonight. that begins at 7:00. john kasich and marco rubio are also campaigning here in new hampshire. concord. s house of representatives. there they touched on a number of issues, but education was one of the big ones, and they shared similar views. gov. kasich: education, there d put them in -- four buckets -- and i would send them back here in one bucket that would cover special education. an issue that you struggle with every single session, but you
education here. sen. rubio: that is why as a president, rather than telling state leaders like you to place your faith in washington, as president, i will tell washington to place its faith in you. curriculum and education standards that are right for your children because i know you will work with parents and local schools to do so. erin: kasich also has stops planned in bow and gilford, and ted cruz is making multiple stops in the state today. hall in exeter. at 1:15, he is holding a meet and greet at robie' s country store in hooksett. village trestle in goffstown. tonight, he has a rally at 5:30 and chris christie also has stops planned this afternoon in new hampshire. christie has events planned in concord and derry. over the last few months, news 9 also got the chance to see a more personal side of the candidates in small gatherings
where they talk about everything from fashion to family and life on the campaign trail. tune in to "candidate cafe " this thursday night starting at 9:00. right now, police and raymond are searching for two men behind a violent home invasion. police say the masked men broke into a home on chester road last night and fought with the homeowner, attempting to bind the victim with duct tape. we spoke to that victim this morning. wmur' s ray brewer is live in raymond with his version of what happened. ray: police say they are following a number of leads. meantime, the victim is back at his house and says he has no idea who his attackers were or what they might have been after. jack: i went to go open the door, and he' d shut it, and then lock it. and then i would fight back. ray: jack reid says it still doesn' t seem real as he describes what he believes was a fight for his life. jack: this is me coming back here. this is them pulling me in here. and they kept dragging me, and
got me to the middle, and they were just about to close the door, and they were saying hold his wrist, and i snapped and that' s when i pushed him into this wall. ray: around 5:30 tuesday night, reid was playing a video game at his home, located at 28 chester road in raymond, when he looked up jack: i just looked over and there were two guys with masks in my house, started tackling me and spraying me with pepper spray. ray: at the time reid was playing his video game on line, as he was being attacked he yelled to his friend on the other end to call the police. the friend dialed 911 and told police he could hear reid being assaulted. reid says one attacker was about 6' 2", the other about 5' 8", but t recognize their voices, so i don' t know. s father scheme for which five people were convicted. police don' t believe this is connected to that case, but it remains a possibility. in addition to stealing some wrestling belts, the attackers also stole reid' s car. the car was recovered on a neighboring street less than a mile away. despite his injuries, reid says
and says if his dog hadn' t helped him, he might not be here. jack: he just kept going, and he would not stop. outside, he just kept going after them. ray: you can see reid' s car at the police station with tape. reid says he thinks he bit one of his attackers and might have broken his fingers. one of the men' s faces. emergency rooms and medical checked in with similar injuries. reporting live in raymond, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: a deadly hours-long assault on a university in northwest pakistan has ended. the pakistani taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack that left at least 20 people dead and 50 others hurt. the dead include at least one professor and one student. several explosions were heard as armed militants stormed the u.s. attorney general loretta lynch testified before a senate
s new executive actions on gun control. lynch discussed her agency' s role in implementing new gun control measures. earlier this month, president obama announced steps to expand mandatory background checks. lynch helped the president come up with ways to confront gun violence. pledging to take new steps to fix contaminated water. coming up, a look at what michigan' s governor plans to do to deal with the water crisis in flint. plus, search suspended. officials call off the search for 12 marines after two helicopters crashed. kevin: cold air, gusty wind out there this afternoon. that same cold air in place of the next storm system tries to make a run at us over the weekend. we will help all of the possibilities ahead. -- we will have all of the possibilities ahead. erin: plus in today' s cook' s corner, we' ll show you how to
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of all of his missed votes in 2015 were missed before he announced he was running for president." marco rubio has missed more votes... than any other senator. washington politician marco rubio. doesn't show up for work, but wants a promotion? right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. erin: the governor of michigan is apologizing and taking responsibility for the flint water crisis. nearly 100,000 people have been exposed to potential lead poisoning after a change in public water supply.
city' s drinking water starting with committing millions in state funding and deploying more national guard members. he also pledged greater transparency, saying he would release his own emails regarding the crisis today. officials have suspended the search for 12 marines missing after two helicopters crashed last week off the coast of hawaii. a memorial is tentatively planned for friday. officials say all four life rafts from the helicopters were found, but they were empty, and there is no evidence that anyone one of the missing marines is from hingham, massachusetts. the abduction of three americans from baghdad is raising fears about security. the three americans were reportedly kidnapped by an iranian-backed shiite militia group. u.s. government sources and iraqi intelligence claim they were taken friday from a home in baghdad. they are the first americans to be abducted in iraq since the u.s. withdrew troops in 2011. today, a pretrial motions
baltimore police officers charged in the death of freddie gray. the judge is set to hear a motion to strike a court order compelling testimony from a fifth officer william porter. prosecutors want to call him to testify in court proceedings against the four other officers. porter' s trial ended in december with a mistrial. he will be retried in june. a lot of people talking about as are we going to get snow this weekend? what is this weekend -- what is the deal? kevin: this has been 6, 7, 8 days running. more about it coming up. erin: ok, i guess you are going break. dish to add to your recipe book? up next, we' ll show you how to make delicious potato cheddar pierogies. and our u local hotshot photo, a big sister is showing her little brother how it is done. it is the first time out in the
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forecast. kevin: it certainly is all about the wind that is out there. gusts this afternoon over 30 yesterday over 40 miles an hour. that is adding the extra
bite to the air. break apart farther north. we have been seeing sunshine and high clouds elsewhere that when making for a cold winter afternoon elsewhere. a good deal of sunshine in central and southern areas. clouds, still a couple of flurry light no showers up north. two -- s light snow showers up north. appetizer for the system. it is making its way over the final over this. -- to funnel over this. spots, and the winds sustained at 10, 20
at 20 miles an hour, starts to gradually lessened through the afternoon, but the windchill still me single digits to -- sti ll in the single digits to midteens. showers continue to wither away. a blend of sunshine and clouds, breezy, and then it looks like a letter went with partial sunshine on friday. clouds increasing friday. on friday, a heavy band of snow of the system, and it will northeast. the big question for us in new that tries to wonder. most of the mets have been keeping the heaviest portion of this well to ourselves, but it is close enough that we may see a little but of snow out of it. the computer mouse are getting a better handle, zeroing in -- the
at this point, still a chance of light snow in southern new hampshire late saturday night or early sunday, which is a little bit later on the timeline than what we were originally thinking over the last couple of days. we are in the 20' s, friday and saturday should be fine if you' re traveling around. any light snow will be later on friday evening or later on saturday evening and into early sunday as the system moves through. milder conditions next week. hayley lapoint will be on her facebook page with a live ace book chat coming up at 1:00 -- a 1:00. traveling along the northeast this weekend, wanting to know possibilities are here in how we go about making a forecast like this several days out, hayley check it. s head to cook' s corner. erin: that is wonderful. is in the news nine kitchen today.
guy: this is our vegetarian option for our meals delivered program. erin: you do breakfast and lunch but also the delivery to home. he will deliver a meal to s home. guy: that is right, breakfast and lunch at the cafe in new boston, and we have this weekly delivery option that is going well. this is our vegetarian option. erin: ok, so an egg and flour. guy: a teaspoon of salt, we add tablespoon of water. this is mixed together. you can turn this on to the table if you want to do a dough, but i like doing it in a bowl. it is a little cleaner. erin: what is the filling? cheddar. this dough needs to rest about 20 minutes.
roll it over, squish it down, minutes. erin: so this would already be cooked, or i would cook it at home? guy: it is cooked but not frozen, and it comes with repeat instructions. erin: and you brought a meal of fish that you have here. what are meals people can order? guy: this week, we have the fish and the parochial -- and the pierogi. there are four choices every soup. e-mail me at northeastcafe@ you. we go to londonderry, bedford, re somewhere that we can come to you, we will. hancock. erin: do you also deliver
guy: ask us. we make a sourdough bread, french toast, little chabad of bread for some of the -- little bread. we make homemade wine. we roast coffee, we make jelly, we do a lot of it. erin: you are busy. guy: yes, living the dream. erin: what can people get their at the cafe ? guy: typical american fare. make sausage patties, corned popular. just come and check it out. erin: i know, you have a lot going on. where can people find you? guy: 8 mill street in new boston. kind of hard to find, but put it on your gps. we are behind the church on the river. it is a pitiful spot. erin: all right, --
kevin: you notice in the extended forecast, we have fair skies through friday. the big question has been the possibility of no on saturday -- of snow on saturday. the closest pass of the storm will be well to ourselves and could bring light snow to southern new hampshire. we will continue to keep tabs on it. erin: right, because it could change for new england. kevin: it could. erin: starting tonight at 5:00, j.c. penney is expanding its inventory. what type of merchandise it is bringing back after a 30-year hiatus. and a new report about the law requiring calorie counts on menus. does it really go far enough? take a look at that. take care.
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