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s caucus day in iowa. we are live where residents will for president. a manchester shooting suspect the new details we are learning about the additional injuries the victim suffered. kevin: jumping into the 40' s and 50' s yet again this afternoon. how much longer this can truly last with futurecast ahead. like we do. now, wmur news 9 at noon. [captioning performed by the which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] and debates we are just hours away from the president. i' m sean mcdonald. the iowa caucuses are tonight.
making one final push for votes. many of the races are tight and the candidates realized how important every vote is. it starts at 7:00 local time, 8:00 our time. abc' s lana zak is live in iowa this noon with our top story. lana: happy caucus day. we are hours away from iowans their nominee for president, the nation. after some 1500 rallies -- >> clinton and bush. lana: and $33 million spent, it is decision time in iowa. a new quinnipiac poll has donald trump widening his iowa league. mr. trump: you have to be a little bit nervous, and i like to win and i want to win for the country. lana: one third of likely caucus-goers say they are undecided or may still change their mind.
since has been sliding for calls and is being criticized for sending out this mailer, stamped "voter violation," many today saying it is deceptive. marco rubio is hot on the campaign trail today trying to lure voters away from the 10 other republican candidates. senator rubio: someone going to a caucus site and there is a candidate you have been with but you don' t think they will make it to the finish line, caucus for me. lana: and armies of volunteers fan out across the state. message is resonating across the country. lana: the clinton campaign says it has knocked on within than 125,000 doors. all the contact with iowa beneficial for her candidacy. i' ve spent here listening to candidate and will make me a better president. lana: we will be watching for
handed nomination win to donald trump and bernie sanders. it was the first time voters who gave that surprisingly to then-senator barack obama. reporting live, lana zak, abc news. sean: despite the caucus happening today, three candidates will be campaigning in new hampshire. john kasich is making stops in loudon. chris christie is kicking off a bus tour with a town hall in hopkinton and nashua. and jeb bush will hold a town hall in manchester tonight. our political director josh mcelveen is in iowa for tonight' s caucuses. he got one-on-one interviews with 4 of the candidates, as prepare to move on to new hampshire. sen. sanders: we' re in this for if not, doesn' we' literally right after the results are announced here. ms. clinton: i am fighting. i' i' m gonna fight for the votes of the people of new hampshire. josh any message for new
mr. trump: we love you, we really do. amazing people, great people. gov. christie: we want your vote, we want your support. i know that 50% of new hampshire republicans are still undecided. i want those undecided votes to come to the christie column and we' re looking forward to coming back and grabbing everyone of them that we can. sean: josh will continue our live team coverage of the iowa caucus tonight starting at 5:00. you can find more coverage by heading to our website, wmur.com , or opening the wmur app. one factor that may play into voter turnout in iowa today is the weather. snow is expected to move into it' s a different story here in new hampshire. here' s a live look from hampton beach, where we' re seeing another day of above average temperatures. meteorologist kevin skarupa joins us with what we can expect the rest of the week. kevin: we are likely going to come up several degrees short. portsmouth' s record highs six degrees. they approach 60 through the afternoon.
temperatures to jump. along with that, the wind has been picking up investing 25 miles power grid same wind will start to feed in cooler air. temperatures to our north and west that will slide through. we continue with the gusts all the way through this evening. and then at least closer to the average starting tomorrow but nowhere near later this week with the next system. we will tell you about that with futurecast and the forecast in a few minutes. sean: we are learning more about what allegedly unfolded last shooting on hughes road. trigger was arraigned in court. ray brewer was at the hearing and i understand some of well. ray: that is correct. the woman who identified herself as chair he was present for the arraignment -- as cherry was
marcus cherry is charged with felony first-degree assault and one count of being in possession of a firearm. last thursday night, manchester police responded to the town place suites for report of a shooting. police found that the victim, i met from boston, had been shot through the next, -- a man from boston, had been shot through the neck. " it was revealed that sherry allegedly struck the man. ll is set at $60,000 cash. he is due back in court february 17. ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: meantime, manchester police need your help finding the person who robbed the budget
the clerk says a man walked into the store, showed her a gun, and demanded money. take a good look at your screen. he' s described as white, wearing a gray red sox hat, black gloves, navy jacket and dark shoes. if you have any information, please call police. two people arrested at the merrimack outlets for allegedly shoplifting from seven different stores. merrimack police were called to investigate shoplifting at the timberland store. officers found lucien reynoso and delgina morel-de-leon and discovered they had allegedly stolen clothes, jewelry, and accessories from reynoso is charged with theft by unauthorized taking. and moreldelon is charged with receiving stolen property, criminal liability and theft by unauthorized taking. two people will appear in court pot meth lab in lebanon. officers initially went to a condo on wolf road on friday for a tip that a bank robbery suspect out of north carolina was staying there. but when officers searched the home they found evidence of meth
been flushed down the toilet. police arrested 29-year-old jamie smith and also found 28-year-old samantha renehan, who is wanted in vermont for failing to appear in court. a chair lift at a popular new hampshire ski area is closed after two people were sent to the hospital. it happened at granite-gorge in roxbury. the keene fire department says a pair of ski-lift chairs collided leaving two people trapped. crews were able to rescue them and get them down the mountain. five other people also had to be helped off the lift. the lift cannot operate until it is inspected by the fire department. it' s still unclear what caused a loud explosion that was heard from hooksett to raymond. several people called 911 last night to report hearing a loud boom in the south end of town. police and firefighters searched the area but didn' t find anything. police would like to hear from anyone who has information about what may have happened. coming up, amtrak derailment. what we could learn about last year' s deadly crash, and what the ntsb has said about it so
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sean: today, federal investigators will release more than 2,000 pages of documents into a deadly amtrak train derailment in philadelphia. in may of last year the train was going 106 miles an hour. more than twice the speed limit of 50 miles per
hour. it entered a sharp curve and hurtled off the tracks. more than 200 injured. the ntsb has told congress they found no issues with the track, brakes, or the locomotive itself. at least 86 people are dead after boko haram extremists refugee camps in nigeria. at least 62 others are being treated for burns. survivors say the shooting, burning, and explosions lasted for nearly four hours. officials say the first troops to arrive were outgunned and
reinforcements. today two virginia tech students are expected to be arraigned, after being charged in the murder and kidnapping of a 13-year-old girl. nicole lovell' s body was found about 100 miles away from her home in blacksburg, virginia, over the weekend. authorities believe david eisenhauer knew lovell, and
used their relationship to lure her out of the house. natalie keepers is accused of helping to dispose the body. people in lovell' s hometown are shocked to hear the news. >> very saddened. i can' t imagine. i have three daughters. i couldn' t imagine. sean: the motive is not clear and police have not disclosed how lovell was killed. if you step outside today, it is unbelievable. kevin: it is uncommonly mild and a good breeze has picked up. up. sean: friday is wear red for women day. and today, we' re making a heart-healthy dish in "cook' s corner." how you can make these curry stuffed bell peppers. now time for our u local hot shot. this is zach enjoying the unseasonably warm weather at
>> now coming meteorologist watch nine forecast. kevin: it has been uncommonly on the mild side. we are going to start see the afternoon. the same westerly wind that has been picking up through the morning hours will gradually of near 60 degrees of the seacoast with winds gusting at times over 30 miles an hour. water temperature still at 44 degrees. with plenty of clouds, mostly of the high
and mid-level variety. just a sprinkle or two this afternoon. if anything, the chance of a passing shower through the afternoon, but it is the wind, which will be gusting 30 miles an hour at times that will be bringing in the cooler air. steady dose of mid-level clouds
return partly sunny for the southeastern half of the state while on
the north and west there -- the clouds have a tendency to regenerate themselves, bumping up against the train. the theme is for the cooler air to override the milder air we have in place. you will notice that front die out as it comes through. eventually the next system moving on to the rockies gets here sometime early wednesday. there will be the chance for a shower this afternoon but that should be about it. mostly cloudy sky right now the remainder of the afternoon. temperatures near 60 or at 60 degrees from nashua through southeastern parts of the state out through the seacoast, while s going on the way through the merrimack valley through the lakes region. new 50 degrees in the north country. some exceptions, the central
hampshire, have a tendency to longest. they have been picking up over just
the last few hours. sustained winds of 10-20-plus miles an hour. gusts over 30 miles an hour. that brings in the cooler air afternoon and most areas will be north. from there, good deal of sunshine. time of year. looks like this arrives late enough in most areas and what we will see is mainly rain. could be quick enough in the western and northern areas. should be 95% rain out of what we get from this system as it makes its way through. we go back to the first guys for thursday. mid-30' s to mid 40' s, so it back
a warm and when he went out there with winds gusting over 25 come even 30 miles an hour. still running a risk of a passing shower. next system, any early initial makes goes right over to rainfall and once it goes by, a quick inch of rain is a possibility. cooler temperatures by the time we get to friday and the weekend. let' s head to ms. clinton: -- let' s head to "cook' s corner." sean: we' re joined by lauren pino, a volunteer with the american heart and american stroke association. thanks for coming in. friday is go red for women day. lauren: we are encouraging friday. one out of five women die of year. sean: so you are making a heart
lauren: i am. today we' re making curry-stuffed bell peppers. right now we are simmering . we will add some black pepper, some garlic, some curry, as well as some clothes -- cloves. sean: a lot of flavor. lauren: heart healthy does not have to mean bland. together. lauren: add some zucchini. sean: some veggies in there. you are training for america as part of a special team. s team. sean: as in teddy brewski. lauren: in 2005, teddy suffered a stroke, and after that he decided to team up with the american stroke association and create teddies team and we are raising money for the american stroke association, as well as raising awareness of the warning signs of stroke. sean: important stuff.
low-sodium chicken broth here. let that cymer a bit -- simmer a bit. and then add cooked quinoa. sean: everybody likes quinoa these days. lauren: lots of protein. sean: how is the training going so far? lauren: yesterday around 13 have no complaints. sean: you have done this before. running. conditions last year? lauren: oh, definitely. below zero temps. all worth it. we will take this mixer and stuff these peppers here and and bubbly. sean: look over here can we put
good stuff, very delicious but for more information, go to heart.org/nh. the reason white is there is this risk people don' t talk about. lauren: yes, one in every three women, but 80% of the risk factors for heart disease and stroke can be prevented. physical activity, heart healthy evening, quick smoking, things like that. sean: thank you very much for doing this and good luck.
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sean: it seems pluto is holding on to a lot more water than scientists thought. according to data gathered by nasa' s new horizons spacecraft, the dwarf planet is coated with a large amount of ice including ice mountains and ice volcanos. pictures from the probe also show a blue ring around pluto' s atmosphere created by sunlight and haze particles. we out there away from the sun, it is really cold so pluto'
kevin: plenty cold out there. not around here. 50' s to near 60 degrees. wins speaking up, bringing in cooler air. next system bringing in rain. sean: and we are awaiting word from the groundhog. starting tonight at 5:00, a modern-day romance. how this couple connected so deeply, they got engaged the first time they met. wasn' t that what happened in the movie "frozen"? and we will have live team coverage from the iowa cacuses a potential make-or-break test for candidates in what has been a very unusual election. that does it for us. have a great afternoon. the person who lives here... has to solve problems as big as the world... and as small as your kitchen table. that's the job. everyday. and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city rise again... the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world. is the one candidate for president who has
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