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men tried to bind him with duct tape. andy hershberger live now with our top story at 6:00. reporter: the victim in this case says he knew he was fighting for his life. but with the help of his dog they were able to chase both men from his house. >> i just looked oh over and there's two guys in masks started tackling me and spraying me with pepper spray. reporter: jack reed says he was playing video games online when two men came through his front door and jumped him. >> used to get in the living room, i need to talk to you, and i was fighting and wouldn't give up. i was on the ground being choked out by one of them and like he bit him in the face ask gave me enough time to get up. reporter: police say this happened about 5:30 tuesday afternoon. reed says he fought with the shorter man as he tried to get to the front door. >> the fight was insane because he kept locking the door on me. when i finally got up he kept locking the door. like i went to go open the door,
and then i'd fight back, and then i would unlake it and try to open it and he would lock it. reporter: the person reed was called police. but they have only a vague description of the suspects and aren't sure if the attack was random. reed says he didn't recognize his attackers, but knew he was in for the fight of his life. >> the guy that i was fighting on the on the porch, the other one started taking things and you could tell he was panicking, but the little guy kept trying to fight me. when he was outside he kept trying to put his hand around my face so i started biting his fingers. reporter: he took some things and stole his car to get away, that dodge charger was found abandoned less than a mile from his house. you can see that that car is still here at the raymond police department in evidence. authorities are asking anyone who may have seen this car yesterday evening or may have
case to please call the raymond police department. live in raymond, andy hershberger, wmur news 9. jennifer: the reed family has been at the center of a violent crime before. back in 2005, jack reed sr. of derry was attacked by three men in a deerfield barn after being lured there to discuss a potential job. police arrested four men including vegas millionaire john brooks, the suspected master mine of the murder for hire plot against reed. brooks was convicted of capital murder, spared the death penalty though in favor of a life sentence. tom: turning how to those bitter cold temperatures out there, if you're headed out tonight you need to bundle up and if you're staying in it might be time to turn up the heat. let's get right to josh judge on what to expect, plus get an update on that storm that parts of the country are bracing for. reporter: certainly we'll be blasting the furnaces again tonight. we're in the 20's right now in
parts of northern new hampshire. tonight we'll be headed to the single numbers in parts of northern and western parts of the state. even concord could get down to around 9 or 10 degrees. and teens everywhere else. a lot of low teens, so another cold one, the breeze will still be evidence as well. not a lot going on right now. we're watching a storm system out here over the rockies, which will then dive down, pick up some moisture in the gulf of mexico and then ride up the east coast. how close does it make it to us, well, it certainly brings the mid atlantic some big time snow. but it moves to our south, at least the latest data pointing toward that. but there's still a few question marks. we'll show you the timeline when we chat again. tom: commitment 2016 now, and the latest wmur cnn republican presidential poll. jennifer: donald trump remains the frontrunner in new hampshire with 34%, followed by ted cruz
marco rubio and jeb bush are both tied at 10%. while john kasich, rand paul and chris christie all have 6%. tom: so with those numbers looking ahead to the general election and donald trump, how does he do against either hillary clinton or bernie matchup? wmur political director josh mcelveen has the surprising results. josh: in this poll, donald trump has two things going for him, one, the general election isn't for another eleven months or so, and two, new hampshire doesn't get to choose the president on its own. then again the same thing could be said for hillary clinton, unless she actually faces donald trump. >> please, f.b.i., please, go after hillary, i want to run against bernie. reporter: maybe this is why they say be careful what you wish for, because if it really is donald trumps dream to face bernie sanders in november, new hampshire only offers a nightmare beating by sanders to the tune of 23 points. but when it comes to the vermont senator, the donald might find
alone. >> bernie sanders does better than hillary clinton against all of the republicans. reporter: in fact, sanders beats every republican in this survey head to head. but the reality is hillary clinton is the national democratic frontrunner, and probably the favorite to win the nomination. how does she do against trump? she also wins, but by only a 9-point margin. clinton also beats ted cruz by six points, just outside the marriage inof error. it's there that things get sticky for clinton. marco rubio beats her by a point, while john kasich is deadlocked in this poll with clinton, each getting 43%. in fact, every republican in this survey has a better shot at beating clinton in november than donald trump does. >> i think the republican candidates, other than donald trump, need to wake up. reporter: but g.o.p. strategist also says time is running out. for those chasing trump to make what could be their strongest argument to date. >> so they need to start talking to republican voters and saying if you want the white house
someone else other than donald trump. josh: we did reach out to trumps campaign for reaction to this and we were told that of course he loves the people of new hampshire but polls conducted in other important states like florida and michigan show him beating clinton in the general election. not that donald trump ever pays attention to polls. jennifer: we also caught up with two republican governors chasing trump in those polls and in one on one interviews with wmur, both jeb bush and john kasich weighed in on trump's apparent vulnerability. >> the fact is he's going to be tough to beat in a primary perhaps, who knows, we'll see how that plays out, but he will never be president. >> there are so many people undecided. they'll decide in the last week and there will be people who will decide on election day. so for me, the key is to just keep working hard and run right through the tape. you can't let up. jennifer: if you'd like to take a closer look at the latest numbers in our presidential
tom: our poll also puts hillary clinton 27 points behind vermont hampshire. and today she got some campaign help from her husband, governor maggie hassan introduced bill clinton to a crowd of 400 at the green community center. he told the crowd his wife is gathering momentum in iowa and that he hopes granite state voters will show hillary the same confidence they've shown to the clinton name in the past. and don't forget to join us tomorrow night to learn the personal side of the candidates in small gatherings that we call candidate cafes, where they talk about everything from fashion to family and life on the campaign trail, that's thursday night at 9:00. and coming up next tonight, from fighting for his life to training for the pan-mass challenge. >> it means so much to me to be back on the bike, being able to do this. >> this man's incredible recovery, after being hit by a
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tom: a man from manchester has made a full recovery after
being hit by a truck last may, he says he doesn't remember any of it. jennifer: peter suffered a severe brain injury, but now he's back to work and walking his dog and riding his bike. as kristen carosa shows us now, he's raising money for cancer
report peter delmastro is back on his bike riding stronger than ever. >> it means so much to me to be back on the bike, being able to do this. reporter: eight months ago delmastro was fighting for his life after being hit by a truck on south will will street in manchester while walking his dog. >> suffered a brain injury, almost died. reporter: his dog named anara got scared and ran walk to delmastro's home. a group who witnessed witnessed the crash followed the animal and were able to tell his wife what happened. she was then able to run to the scene and perform c.p.r., just in time. >> she couldn't find any sign of a pulse or breathing. she got my heart going again. reporter: delmastro, who works for the manchester police department, spent 20 days in the hospital, seven in the i.c.u. >> i had people praying for me all across the country. reporter: he's been back working
for the pan-mass challenge to race money for cancer research. >> 100% of rider raised funds goes to the dana-farber cancer institute. reporter: he completed the event in 2014 for the first time, and ever since he was hooked. he says he can remember seeing a boy battling cancer on the sidelines, cheering him on. >> this boy has been dealing with cancer his whole life, and he's thanking me for riding a bicycle? reporter: he says he's grateful he's alive, to complete the ride all over again. on 192 miles. in manchester, kristen carosa, wmur news 9. tom: welcome back. jennifer: go, peter. tom: josh judge in tonight with the forecast. and we're going to miss the big wallop. josh: it's looking that way, but we'll have to keep an eye on it.
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great spot. the arctic air has retreated and conditions are beginning to warm up a bit. whether it's snow shoeing or cross country skiing, this is the spot to be. joining me now is al, the owner here, al janks and his son andy. thanks for inviting us up here to a great spot. >> it's wonderful to have you come out, mike. mike: you've been around here for 44 years, it's all about cross country skiing and the? shoeing. tell us what people can expect when they come here. >> we have 25 miles of trails, we have a lodge, we have a lot of rental gear. we have wonderful instructors on weekends and we have some of the best grooming that you're going to find anywhere. mike: that's one of your big things here, you love to get out there and groom the trails. >> we have a state of the art snow cat and make sure there's perfect skate lanes and tracks. mike: you're out there from fire to sunup to sundown.
mike: from nine to five when conditions are right, we were talking about how it is only january 20 and even though the season has gotten off to a slow start, there's still a ways to go. >> last winter we didn't get going until the end of january, and then we had 10 weeks of fabulous skiing. that was the first time in 44 years of being open that we had six weeks of powder snow skiing. and we skied right into april. mike: fantastic. we're hoping for a lot of natural snow over the next few weeks. thank you for joining us tonight, and hope you have a great rest of the season. >> thank you. mike: many counting on natural snow for cross country and snowmobile trails. but we've been talking about the friends for this monster nor'easter that will hit the mid atlantic. any changes, josh, over the past couple hours on the computer models? josh: no, you've been making tracks and i've been looking at the track of the storm they are this weekend. first i want to show you the clear skies out there,
you can see the winds gusting to 20 or more. so it is certainly feel cold, it's been that way all day and continues right now. 26 along the coast, 20's around pretty much all of new hampshire if you're south of the white mountains and to the north you're already in the teens and headed for the single digits not too long from now, bottoming out in the single numbers overnight. here's the wind gusts coming out of the northwest and coming down off the mountains. that gives them an extra umpf in their push to southeastern new hampshire. as we go through the nighttime hours it will feel cold. chilly now, the wind chill factor temperatures, feels like it's in the single digits to low teens pretty much everywhere. we're had clear skies, a few clouds coming and going. but let's take a look at what's to our west and south, and it's a very weak disturbance, it bring is a few clouds in
next up we start to forecast a storm which is only being born in its infancy right now. map. can you see a few areas of snow here and some clouds over the rockies. it's going to pick up moisture from the gulf of mexico and then tracks up the east coast, that much is fairly certain. because of that there are all sorts of watches and warnings out, winter storm watches and even a blizzard watch in washington d.c. and baltimore for the upcoming weekend. so that tells you there's a pretty good high confidence that these areas will be affected in a great way. but as the storm tracks toward us, and after it brings a lot of snow, these are accumulated forecasted snow amounts for these areas, the white one to two feet plus. but as it begins to move toward us, look what happens, it makes more of a track to the east. therefore, perhaps avoiding us either mostly or completely hardly anything up here with
heard of the euro model everybody is talking about, you just looked at it, that's what this is and that shows you the potential track. but we're still three days away. we had storms several times last year where it looked like it would stay south and it did not. eye to it. but we can tell you a good chance of it missing us, at least fairly high confidence. more data comes in tonight and if that continues to show the same thing then we'll have a better idea that it will miss us. here's another look at that storm on future cast, but not quite reaching new hampshire. at the most it would just be flurries or very light snow in southeastern new hampshire late saturday night, early sunday morning. with that in mind we've got partly sunny skies in the forecast for the weekend. which is pretty interesting, considering such a major storm to our south. >> chip kelly is the 49ers head
jamie: new hampshire's football coach is back in the game, chip kelly was introduced as the new copy of the san francisco 49ers today. the executives visited kelly in new hampshire last thursday to close the dispeel that is reportedly both $24 million other four years. >> i think one thing all coaches
know is we rent our locker
places for an extended period of time. you just have to do the best job you possibly can and if you go into a situation worrying about am i not going to be there next year or the year after, you're probably not going to be. what you need to worry about is what's going on today. and i'm excited to be here, i'm excited to work with all the guys in terms of putting the best football team we
can on the field. jamie: the patriots back at practice now, we'll be hearing from the coach and players all week, and denver as well, broncos and patriots ready to meet with a trip to the super bowl on the line. >> second time around against denver, you know, it's a team we've had a great rivalry with. and obviously they're the number one seed, the west team we played this year. >> it's a huge challenge. i think defensively in the afc championship game with the opportunity to try to advance into the super bowl, you can can't ask for a better
>> i feel like i speak for everyone when i say we're in a great situation, we feel fortunate to have the people and the circumstances in place that we do. jamie: celtics in action tonight at 7:30 at the raptors. fisher cats announce their field staff for this year, welcome back manager bobby meacham for the
third straight year. a new pitching coach replaces bob stanley. four straight losses for the u.n.h. hockey team, not something we're used to seeing out of the wildcats, they need to turn it around because their schedule is about to get brutal. they host notre dame for a pair of games this weekend. followed by a pair of games at number three providence next weekend. >> i feel like we got away from where we are as a team, and really just didn't play our game, didn't look like ourselves, so hopefully that's behind us and this weekend coming up it's a little better. >> we didn't get the results we wanted. we know as a team we have to do
there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders
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