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sean: now on "daybreak," it is make or break time for many presidential hopefuls. the iowa caucuses are today. the first chance for voters to weigh in and start picking the nominees. erin: many candidates are dividing the attention with a focus on new hampshire as well. several are spending the day here hoping to pick up key support before the primary next week. kevin: a lot of areas in the 50's. how long it can last with future cast ahead. sean: the zika virus is quickly becoming a major concern. not only for people who live in affected parts of the world, travel plans are changing as well. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good monday morning to you. thanks for joining us today on the first day of february. i'm erin fehlau. sean: i'm sean mcdonald. the day before ground
yesterday felt like late march or april. back. we're going to hover on thursdays. we start off with quite a few clouds making state. you notice a couple of light showers back to the west. the front will bring us the chance of a shower this morning. the winds pick up in to the afternoon out of the west with skies clearing to partial sunshine. it eventually sets up temperatures by later on today working their way up in to the 40's and 50's. we'll have much more on that forecast coming up in just a bit. let's look at your monday morning ride here in the granite state. we're joined live by deb davidson. good monday morning, deb. deb: good monday morning. no major problems. all roads are moving well. interstate 89 looks great from concord to the upper valley. on the southbound side of 89 we're not seeing any problems at the bow junction.
8:00 and 3:00 which is 293. lanes will be produced to only one and motorists are strongly encounselorred to seek an alternate route. we're already seeing the delays. it is solid from exit 45 to 41. then again just south and at the 495 connector in woburn. this report is brought to you by duncan donuts. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: these are some live pictures from iowa where after months of campaigning and debates in a very busy weekend, the first voters finally get to weigh in today in the race for president. sean: the iowa caucuses kick off in about 12 hours. new polls show the races are tightening. lana zak starts the commitment 2016 coverage this morning from des moines. >> it sounds like you
>> i am a better candidate. thanks to you i will be a better president. i want you to know that. reporter: this is it. time is up for the three democrats and 11 republicans running for president. >> i think a lot of people are going to make that decision when they are listeners to their neighbor. >> on the republican and democratic side, they found five points or less separating first or second place. with a third of voters still waivers, campaigns can influence the results up to the last second. in their final day on the trail, ted cruz attended church. >> you promise me you'll run this country like a god-fearing christian man. reporter: he said he prayed for donald trump and marco rubio who made this appeal. >> i'm asking you to caucus for me tomorrow. if i'm the president of the united states -- when i'm theth of the
front the challenges of our time. reporter: rubio fighting for second place finish or better. >> get out of bed and caucus. reporter: donald trump gave his wife the mike to close the deal in iowa. >> he will be reporter: four expect to see the tonight. for the democrats it request take longer since often times the caucuses unfold like a game of red rover with campaigns trying to sway the voters. lana zak, abc news, des moines. >> feeling good about it. it is tight. i'm getting up on the airplane as soon as we finish here in iowa. i'm coming to new hampshire. i love new hampshire. >> we're going to fight hard for new hampshire. we're going to be in new hampshire on tuesday -- tuesday, i guess. we'll spend much of the week there. we're going to hold a lot of meetings. sean: this is the start of a busy stretch. the candidates are thinking about new hampshire next week and south carolina and nevada and super tuesday
erin: some of the hopefuls are state. commitment coverage with that part of the story. reporter: even as voters gather to select their choices, john kasich, jeb bush, and chris christie, are meeting with voters here in new hampshire highlighting the importance of the granite state. even for the candidates who aren't here themselves, the volunteers aren't taking a break, spending as much time as possible making phone calls and trying to reach as many voters as they can between now and next tuesday. john kasich spent the weekend in new hampshire as he closes in on 100 town halls in the state. kasich promising to lower tax rates, reduce spending, and address climate change. one-time candidate, lindsey graham was here saying the former florida governor is best prepared for the white house and has plans that can be accomplished, unlike donald trump.
support for hillary clinton touting the former secretary of state as someone who will be ready to go from day one on everything from the economy to foreign policy. reporter: nearly every candidate has said how important never is to their campaign. several staked the future of their race on the results here. you can expect a big surge of activity for the next week. in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: thank you. the political coverage continues online. watch josh mcelveen's entire one-on-one interview with several candidates in iowa. you can compare where the candidate stands on the issues that matter most. it is on the politics page. sean: emergency officials in hooksett are dealing with a bit of a mystery. several people called 911 yesterday to report hearing a loud boom of explosion. police and firefighters searched the area. they didn't find any
even any smoke. police would like to hear from anyone who has information about what may have happened. a snowmobilers is safe after spending the night alone in the woods. a 74-year-old left saturday morning and maine. he nerve returned. another snowmobilers found him sunday morning. fish and game say the man got stuck after getting lost and slept on a bed of branches on the snow. erin: two people are due in court after police found a one-pot meth lab in lebanon. they went to a condo on wolf road after getting a tip that the bank robbery suspect out of north carolina was staying there. police arrested 29-year-old jamie smith and also found 28-year-old samantha renehan who was wanted in vermont for failing to appear in court. when officers searched the home, they found evidence of meth, including chemicals that had been flushed down the toilet. a massachusetts man is accused of driving so fast on interstate 93 in ashland that the wind caused the state police troopers cruiser to shake. troopers say they
andrew tham at 116 miles per hour. he is now charged with reckless operation. sean: the zika virus continues to spread. there are growing concerns surrounding the olympics in brazil and whether athletes and fans will travel. at least three dozen americans have been diagnosed with the mosquito-borne virus. the biggest risk is to pregnant women. that's forcing some people to change travel plans. a family from londonderry was scheduled to visit st. thomas. they canceled the trip. >> my doctor advised me she would tell us not to go on the trip if the zika virus came too close to the area or in the area. sean: it is important to know that the type of mosquitoes that transit the zika virus do not live in new hampshire. the state is preparing to help anyone who gets infected somewhere else. erin: still ahead, getting exercise while easing the stress at work. it is a growing trend
dispatchers across the country. sean: and the games must go on despite the weather. organizers had to make a few changes to the black ice bond hockey tournament in concord. erin: ahead in the next half an hour, should new hampshire start a bobcat hunt? you have a chance to weigh in tonight. it is 6:08. you are the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. or iced macchiato today.
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that emergency dispatch centers across the country. that's exercise equipment at the dispatchers desks. sean: in south burlington, verse, two desks have been outfitted. that allows dispatchers to get some exercise while answering calls. it will also help them stay calm during what can be stressful ten-hour shifts. >> mainly just used to dump the adrenaline. we get hyped up. the officers are out on the road. they get hyped up as well. they have ways to dump it. they can get out of their cruiser. go get lunch or something. we're kind of confined to the space. any outlet for a dump -- for dumping that adrenaline is helpful. sean: the equipment will also track calories burned, miles covers, and the number of steps taken. erin: the black ice pond hockey tournament in concord is over. the competition looked different than in years past. temperatures well above freezing, the competition had to move inside.
didn't even wear skates because there was so much water on the ice outside. nearly 100 teams took place in the tournament. at bit of a different feel to the tournament this year. it is what you have to do. sean: i love that. the show must go on. coming up it was an animation domination at weekend. why was the debut for "kung fu panda: 3" still a disappointment? erin: changes are coming to one world. the new area that will
suicide bombers detonated amidst people trying to escape. the first troops to arrive were outgunned. they had to wait for reinforcements. erin: people will be allowed to pray in one the holiest space. they voted yesterday to provide space for mixed gender and to allow non-orthodox jewed to pray as well. the new space will be along the southern edge separated from the prayer plaza. it will take about 12 to 18 months before the work is done. sean: it seems moviegoers were really in to kung fu. "kung fu panda: 3" raked in $30 million. that's the lowest opening for any of the movies. "the revenant" was second followed by "star wars" in third. after years of booming production and
prices for farmers in california have dropped off. last summer they could get $5 a pound. now the same is fetching $3. that's higher than the average for the last decade. lower prices have helped
sales pick up. erin: general motors is kicking the efforts to self-driving cars. they have a team that will start working today. the goal is to make gm the leader in self-driving technology even though several other companies are working on similar projects. it seems that pluto is holding on to more water than scientists thought. according to data gathered by the new horizon spacecraft, the dwarf planet is coated with a large amount of ice, including ice mountains and ice volcanos. pictures also show a blue ring around pluto's atmosphere. it is caused by sunlight
an iced volcano. kevin: it just continues with the surprises. you have five moons. pluto is moving. then the other four are doing random orbits. it is a nutty place to say the least. there's probably more like those out there farther out in the solar system. erin: like a ho down. sean: ho down or a dance? kevin: i tried, folks. we start off with plenty of clouds. along with that, the risk of a shower. the front making its way through. we start off with temperatures in the 30's to lower range of the 40's. we're getting ourselves in to another mild stretch of weather we saw yesterday. a little over six degrees above normal for the month of january officially. we are looking at mild temperatures for the first three or four days of this month as well. a little bit more sunshine in south eastern areas. a thicker cloud cover back to the north and
temperatures everywhere across the state are above the freezing mark early this morning. there will be the risk of a passing rain shower today along the front. behind it will be a westerly breeze. notice the temperatures early this morning. they are running a solid 10 degrees in most locations higher than the normal highs. it will only head up from there. 34 on top of mt. washington. wind direction will be out of the southwest and out of the west. you'll notice the wind pick up out of the west in to the afternoon. that will push the milder air in for one those are the spots that tend to hang on until the wind picks up. it may be a stubborn locations. still you are starting off in the 30's. in to partial sunshine for the afternoon. then clearing skies
we drop back in to the 20's to lower range of the 30's. concerned, a good deal of sunshine. lighter breeze. temperatures mid 30's to mid 40's. tomorrow evening. it sets up the chance of a little bit of an initial wintry mix in western and northern areas early wednesday. otherwise 95% of what we see on wednesday will be in the form of rain. it will be heavy at times in to the afternoon before letting wednesday evening. then the cooler air starts to come back in slowly but surely mid 30's to mid 40's on thursday with sunshine and then back in to the 30's for highs starting on friday. high temperatures today again reaching up in to the 50's. record highs in the 60's. we're not going to get there. we'll be within shouting distance. we'll drop back in to the 20's to lower 30's later on tonight with mostly clear skies and cooler conditions across the area. your extended forecast shows temperatures back in to the low to mid 40's tomorrow and back
50 with an early mix giving way to rain. you'll notice the temperatures start to cool off. by the weekend as close as we've been to the normal highs for this time of year in quite a while. maybe a couple of snow showers by sunday. sean: is you tell us more now? kevin: what kind of dance parties are they having? sean: i like that. kevin: just move on. erin: all right. i'll move on. we want to check our top stories. we start off with the iowa caucuses. they are today after months of campaigning endite baits, this is the first time the voters will weigh in on the presidential election. donald trump is leading on the republican side. the race is tight between democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders. most candidates are keeping an eye on new hampshire. jeb bush and chris christie are in the granite state. several hours will arrive tomorrow before the primary next tuesday. the results could
kevin: monday morning, february 1st. we start off with sunshine. there may be a passing shower before winds pick up out of the west and temperatures warm up in to the 40's and 50's for another afternoon. details on how long the warm-up lasts for the week ahead coming up. erin: scientists say they used tiny
glasses to prove praying mantises have 3d visions.
glasses and attacked them using beeswax. they showed them videos in 2d and 3d that looked like prey. the mantises attack the food in 3d far more than 2d. i would imagine that was a frustrating experience. erin: was it 4d too? they had the food right there. it seems that dinosaurs may have been more graceful on the ice than most people think. sean: the video has been viral. the dinosaur is trying different things on tuesday. at first he seemed unsure. watch this. he quickly got to his feet and showed he's got some pretty good moves. i think we've been had. i don't know if anybody learns to state that quickly. dinosaurs can pick up
skating a lot faster than the rest of us. erin: watch out for the tale. -- tail.
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erin: good morning. calendar. it is february. it is not going to feel like it today. in the hampton beach here in the 40's. sean: a year ago we were getting snowed on like crazy. voters in iowa will be taking part in the first presidential primary race tonight. when it comes to choosing
the general election winners, iowans have only correctly predicted the winner twice.
planning to inspect a chair lift after chairs collided and left two people trapped. a hearing on a proposal to launch a bobcat hunting and trapping season here in new hampshire. erin: this weather is wild for this time of year. kevin: around six and a half degrees, putting us at the 18th
warmest. it goes back to 1870. we start off with sunshine in southern areas. a thicker cloud cover up north. the risk of a passing shower through late morning. then the winds pick up out of the west behind the front in to the afternoon pushing temperatures for another day in to the 40's to mid 50's. erin: we have a chance to go skiing over the weekend. conditions are nice in the mountains. kevin: they are. erin: even though you don't have snow, it is up there in the mountain. here's a live look at 93 in wind ham. kevin: for a look at the morning drive, we're joined live by deb davidson.
deb: good morning. all of the major roads are moving well and up to speed. it is a nice start to your monday morning commute. we're not seeing any delays on 93, 293, 111, or 101. we have road construction that will start taking place in an hour and a half in manchester. it is going to be on the bridge between 8:00 and 4:00 p.m. traffic
is going to be reduced to one lane off of exit six off of 293. commuters are encounselinged to seek an at mat route to avoid the obsessive delays that will more than likely happen. road construction has the left lane closed in both directions on the seacoast between exits two and one. this report is brought to you by dunkin' donuts. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: caucus day is here. after months of candidates will finally they make their voices
in the presidential contest. sean: nikole killon is live with a preview. reporter: many of candidates are campaigning today. some are sitting it out and hoping for the best. countdown to caucus. >> we're getting close. reporter: the candidates pulling out all of the stops. from duck calls. >> i want to ask everyone here to vote for me ten times. reporter: to calls for support tonight. >> hello, des moines. reporter: it was a family affair for the clintons and the trumps. >> couldn't it be great if she had her baby in iowa. reporter: so much at stake as iowans make their voices heard. >> iowa essentially auditions. they are the first audition for these potential nominees. reporter: dennis goldford, political only analyst, on who will make the cut.
real estate say the most important factors are location, location, location. in politics it is turnout, and turnout, and turnout. reporter: one wild card is mother nature. snow expected just after the caucuses this evening. in des moines, iowa, nikole killion, wmur news 9. sean: the political director is in iowa for tonight's caucus. he got one on one interviews as they wait for results and prepare to move on to new hampshire. >> we're in this for the long haul. i hope we win. if not, doesn't meat. we'll be in new hampshire -- literally right after the results. >> i am fighting. i'm fighting for our country and our future and i'm going to fight for the votes of people in new hampshire. >> any messages? >> we love you. people of new hampshire. amazing people and great people. >> we want your vote. i know that 50% of undecided. i want them to come to
sean: you can see more of the one-on-one interviews by heading to the web site. erin: a new poll is showing where the candidates stand in new hampshire. the poll released yesterday shows bernie sanders with a big lead over hillary clinton. 57% of likely democratic voters say they would vote for sanders. 34% said they would vote for clinton. donald trump remains the front runner for 34% saying they would vote for him. ted cruz came in second with 12% followed by marco rubio, john kasich, and chris christie. sean: once the caucuses are over, the candidates will turn their focus back. some of them are here trying to drum up support ahead of the primary. ray brewer live in the studio with the latest from the campaign trail. good morning. ray: good morning. even though most of the candidates were not in new hampshire, they were campaigning and making phonals and trying to
leaving his excel tours campaigning in new hampshire as he approaches 100 town halls in the state. >> whether i win or not, process. i believe that the folks in new hampshire are the best screeners america could have to recommend to the country. climate change. >> we don't want to police or control the world. just like a good mom or dad, we have to lead as an adult country. that's our destiny as america. plain and simple. >> after dropping out of the race about a month ago, south carolina senator, lindsey graham, is back supporting jeb bush. bram says bush is test prepared. >> everything donald trump is telling you impossible to do in the congress. what jeb is telling you
when donald trump says ban all muslims, the enemy loves that. you are declaring war on the faith. jeb knows you have to have partners. >> i need your help. ray: on the democratic side, tom perez campaigning for hillary clinton. >> she has the ability day one to get on the phone and talk the tough talk that we need to talk with some of our other countries who we are working to build a better world with. she knows on day one how to build a better economy. ray: three candidates will be campaigning here in new hampshire as opposed to iowa. john kasich making three stops. chris christie in nashua. jeb bush will hold a town hall in new hampshire. after the iowa caucuses are over, several other candidates will make their way here. in the studio, ray brewer. erin: two stores in manchester were forced to evacuate due to a carbon monoxide leak.
modell's sports goods and peer one imports after workers reported smelling gas. firefighters found above average levels of carbon monoxide and evacuated them for about an hour to ventilate. officials believe the demolition crew at former michael's location was not properly exhausting their power equipment causing diesel and carbon monoxide so leak in. sean: a chair lift accident sent two people to the hospital on wednesday. a pair of chairs collided leaving two people trapped. crews were able to recipe them and get them down the mountain. five other people had to be helped off of the lift. the fire department said not to operate the lift until it can be inspected by the state. erin: a public hearing in concord on a proposal to launch the bobcat season. the fish and game is
permits through a despite having hunting and trapping seasons, the bobcat population could still slowly grow. they doubt the population is that high and there's no reason to kill the bobcats. tonight's hearing will begin at 6:00 at the state house. a second hearing will be held tomorrow night. foley will be available. it is called "jim: the james foley story" will be available this february 6th at 9:00 p.m. his family says they are honored. his story is important most notably it speaks to the silent crisis faced by families if a loved one is taken hostage. erin: many will be interested to check it out. a bizarre situation for pizza shop workers. a man dressed as a storm trooper dropped off a
sean: okay. legendary hockey players took to the ice. how they are helping people with disabilities. kevin: risk of a shower. the milder temperatures continue to make their way in. how much longer it is going to 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.
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kevin: monday morning, february 1st. we're right around 40. a jump from the 40's to mid 50's this afternoon with clouds giving way to partial sunshine and a breeze out of the west. how much longer the temperatures are going to last coming up. erin: two virginia tech students held without bail after being charged with the murder of a 13-year-old girl. sean: 18-year-old david eisenhauer is accused of kidnapping and killing the victim. his friend, natalie keepers, is accused of helping dispose of the body. lovell's parents say she disappeared last wednesday after climbing out of her bedroom window. they knew the teen. police have not given a motive or said how she died. erin: a nun in massachusetts came to the rescue when he suffered serious injuries while cutting wood.
it is on his leg. erin: 74-year-old doug goldman was
100 yards in to the woods on saturday when the nun heard his calls for help. when she found him, she knew he was in trouble and dialed 911. when police arrived, goldman had been on the ground with his legs trapped for two hours. she's still recovering at the hospital. sean: a star wars-themed painting that was stolen has been returned. the person who brought it back left workers scratching their heads. surveillance cameras captured a man in a storm trooper helmet. are you with me so far? they saw him ride up on a motorcycle. when he walked in, they thought they were getting robbed. >> i walked up. by that time he came in, set it on the thing, and left it out. sean: the painting came with a note signed, yes, darth vader. you just don't see that every day. erin: no, you don't. sean: turns now to sports, the
this time in orlando. erin: they were looking to sweep the home and home series
winning on friday night. the magic tied the game in the final seconds of the quarter and held on to win it down the stretch by a final score of 119-114. sean: novak djokovic is still finals. he handed murrey his fifth australia open finals loss. djokovic has 11 titles, including four of the last five. doherty. he won the championship in romania. the 20-year-old won the 12.5 kilometer pursuit by nearly 30 seconds. he took bronze in the individual and silver in the saturday's sprint. he has ten career individual medals making
junior biathlete in history. doherty competed for team usa in the 2014 olympics. sean: that must be a fascinating sport. the bruins hit the ice for a good cause. members of the bruins alumni team faced off against the crocket mountain wild. they assist the accessible reaction and sports program in providing outdoor activities and purchasing adaptive equipment for people with disabilities. this is the sixth year the event has been held giving the participates to chance to meet legendary players. erin: as we've been telling you, the iowa caucuses are being held today. weighing in on the campaign excitement is
fernando esquales. how do you compare? >> they are common. they have commonty. voters in iowa and new hampshire really take their responsibilities of meeting the candidates and questioning them very seriously. at the same time, both states seem to have a trend in which large chunks of the electorate moment. even though the polls show bernie sanders well ahead in new hampshire and hillary hillary clinton behind, we won't know until the last minute. some of the polls that's done at the end tends to be directally correct. it will have some surprises. there's a dynamic situation here. what happens in iowa? who comes out there looking like a winner? not necessarily winning, but looking like a winner. who comes out looking hopeless and helpless trying to make some sort of reason and logical argument for why they
erin: all right. thank you so much. we appreciate it. reporting in washington. >> now your storm watch 9 forecast. sean: while we await word from punxsutawney phil tomorrow morning, we'll rely on kevin. kevin: with baited breath. two or three years ago when he predicted early spring and it was cold, criticism at him. that was great. erin: it will be interesting. sean: he went underground after that. kevin: yes, he did. erin: he likes to stay there. kevin: yes, he does. hibernation every year sunshine in south eastern areas. beautiful sunrise. the thicker cloud cover along with that there will be the risk of a shower between now and about lunchtime. washington. there's plenty of milder air, even right behind through later on this morning.
it. then after it moves by, we'll have the westerly breeze pick up with partial sunshine allowing temperatures to jump from the mid 40's to mid 50's this afternoon. a fairly quiet stretch there after until the next system which is just now getting through the rockies eventually arrives here. looks like early wednesday morning would be the first chance of precipitation with that. temperatures in the 30's to lower and mid 40's this morning. plaistow at 44 degrees. 41 in hampstead. then back to the west. 30's. down below the freezing mark in the lower around 30 degrees in central parts of the state. we're anywhere from the north. it all depends on morning. the little bit of a wind you have with warmer temperatures back to the west. 46 to 58 is going to be the range out there today from north to south. along with it, a wind picking up out of the west for the afternoon after quite a few clouds this morning and the
sunshine for the afternoon. with clearing skies tonight, a lot of areas dropping down in to the 20's as we only see temperatures tomorrow getting back from the mid 30's to mid 40's. that's still 10 degrees above the average for this time of year. from there, clouds will start increasing later tomorrow evening and eventually the next system arrives early on wednesday morning. if it is early enough, then we're talking just after sunrise. we could have a wintry mix or even some light snow in the north country or in a few western areas. i think most of what we see out of the system on wednesday is going to make for a pretty wet wednesday in the way of rainfall before pulling away. that will get us back to fair skies on thursday. temperatures much like tomorrow behind today's system will be from the mid 30's to mid 40's. truly starting to drop back with the northerly flow by friday. high temperatures in the upper 20's to mid 30's. much closer to where we should be. that holds in to next weekend. temperatures today in the 30's to near 40.
to mid 50's this afternoon. that was with a wind out of the west. from there we cool off a solid 10 degrees for the day tomorrow. still well above normal for that time of year. it will be with a good deal of sunshine. you think down even in pennsylvania punxsutawney phil will likely see his shadow. yes. from there, we're looking at a wintry mix as a possibility of a few western and northern -- that goes to rain. fair skies leading us in to next weekend. the next system after wednesday will be the chance of a few snow showers by sunday. sean: it is going to feel so weird today. kevin: about as weird as yesterday or most of january. december. november. erin: right. i know. just keeps on going. a photographer in maine captured an incredible sight. look at this. it shows a group of american bald eagles sitting in a tree in plymouth, maine. the photographer, laurie meagher-bird. that's her name. this is the most eagles
before snapping the photo she had seen two in one spot. look at this. they are having a party in the tree. sean: maybe they do it all the time. we didn't know it about miss bird came along. erin: they've been waiting for her. 6:51. still ahead, a final check of your top stories, including a look at which presidential candidates will be in new hampshire today as the iowa
today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90% this great country and our government belong to all of us. wall street, corporate america, wealthy campaign donors have so much influence that the only way they are defeated is when millions of people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough." i'm bernie sanders,
first in the nation primary next week instead of stopping in iowa, jeb bush, chris christie, and john kasich will be campaigning here instead. sean: achier lift accident sent two people to the hospital. a pair of ski lift chairs collided. they told granite gorge not to operate the lift until it can be inspected. erin: a man is accused of driving so fast the wind caused the parked cruiser to shake. they clocked 19-year-old andrew tham at 116 miles per hour. kevin: a little bit of sunshine. a gorgeous sunrise this morning. we have a front from the west. could be a shower between now and lunchtime. another mild afternoon. 40's and 50's with a breeze out of the west. and as you'll notice through thursday, we'll remain mild until we ebb back closer to the averaging by the end of the week.
on wednesday. erin: 54 for february. sean: we were talking about the bob house. should they be taking that thing off of the ice. tomorrow. erin: coming up next, robin and caucuses. don't miss the interview with bernie sanders and his wife. plus rare interviews with some of the other contenders wives as well. sean: the caucus kicks off 7:00 local time. they come back to new hampshire.