tv News 9 Tonight ABC February 4, 2016 11:00pm-11:35pm EST
mike: after another unseasonably warm one today, winter makes a big return soon. when snow arrives, plus how much could fall. shelley: hillary clinton and bernie sanders are just finishing the first one-on-one debate. the issues they covered in their last debate before you vote. tom: barbara bush joined her son on the campaign trail for the first time tonight. >> it' s great to be back in new hampshire. we had such wonderful times here. tom: the case she made for putting a third man in her family in the white house. shelley: tonight we know what the stage will look like when the republicans candidates debate in manchester. we' ll show you the lineup. tom: police in hooksett are looking for 4 stolen guns and the men who took them. why the gun store owner believes the men were determined to get in.
now, wmur news 9 tonight. tom: we' ll go through a virtual change of seasons overnight tonight in new hampshire. it' s 42 degrees right now in manchester. the spring-like feel of today place. shelley: i' m shelley walcott. the timing of tomorrow morning' s snow is the most important here. let' chief meteorologist mike haddad. mike: the snow continues through the entire -- morning commute. hard to imagine near 60 today and now are seeing the cooldown already below freezing in keene, and it will take a few more hours for the roadways to go downhill in terms of the conditions. there is nothing falling out of the cloud cover and nothing will over the next couple of hours. steady rain, but i'
the area right around new jersey and over toward norfolk, virginia. this batch of rain will move northeastward and spill right into the cold air for the morning commute. futurecast paints a snowy scenario, especially lakes region south. just when everyone is trying to head out to work or school. how much snow to expect, when it winds down at what follows for the weekend, straight ahead. shelley: if there are any cancellations or delays, you' ll see them here on wmur and on our app. tom: the democratic candidates for president are in new just wrapping up a debate at the university of new hampshire. new wmur-cnn poll numbers are tracking the race between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. despite the close result in iowa, sanders is expanding his large lead in new hampshire
points since the caucuses, while clinton lost 3. the two met in their first one-on-one debate tonight. wmur' s jean mackin is live at the debate site on the unh campus. jean: and then there were two. this was the first time just hillary clinton and bernie sanders shared the spotlight on the debate stage but that' s about all they shared here at unh tonight. the two democrats left standing wasted no time drawing the differences. >> yes, secretary clinton represents the establishment, but i represent ordinary americans. >> i think senator sanders is the only one characterizing me as woman running for president as exemplifying the establishment. jean the vermont senator and
contributions, super pac support and clinton' s paid speeches. >> end the artful smear, you and your campaign, and lets talk about the issues. >> there is a reason these people put money in campaigns. in my view, it is undermining american democracy. jean on the university of new : hampshire campus, senator sanders called for free tuition at public colleges and universities while clinton called for affordable tuition. >> i want to make sure middle class kids, not donald trump' s kids, can afford college. >> we pay for it with a tax, now it is wall street's time to help the middle class. jean they went back and forth on : how to handle healthcare, terrorism, wall street institutions, and which democrat on the stage in new hampshire
white house. >> in your definition as being a gate-keeper of progressivism, i don' t know anyone else who thinks that definition, but i know a lot of hard working in the democratic party. >> instead of arguing, talk the talk, walk the walk, no superpac. i' m very proud to be the only candidate of here who do -- he does not have a super pack or wall street or special interests. jean: the final question of this debate goes to the undecided voter. did these democrats make their differences clear and convincing enough to win over that important voting block, just 6 days before the new hampshire primary? live at the university of new
wmur news 9. tom: we do know the candidate lineup for saturday. invitations will be extended to donald trump, marco rubio, jeb bush, chris christie and john casey. carly fiorina and jim gilmore did not meet the criteria for this debate. you can see that debate right here on wmur. the debate is at 8:00 and we will have a full wrapup and and hour-long edition at news 9 at 11:00 on saturday night. shelley: donald trump is still on top but has not moved. 29% before iowa and 29% now. senator marco rubio goes from
governor john casey, 10% pre-iowa and 12% post. jeb bush is slightly up, 9% before iowa and 10% now. governor chris christie is on the other end of the spectrum, losing support after i will. support for both carly fiorina and ben carson state the same. former first lady barbara bush joined her son on the campaign trail tonight. jeb bush continued his attack on his republican rivals. joins us live. filed out of the middle school behind us. the question is after he came in six after the iowa caucus, is barbara bush going to be enough to give him a boost in new hampshire? >> it' s great to be back in new hampshire. we' ve had such wonderful times
you have the values and the believes that we believe in. >> for the first time tonight, former first lady barbara bush hit the campaign trail to support her son jeb bush. the former florida governor said that she' s all first-in-the-nation voters have been talking about. >> she' s not as great as everyone thinks she is, i' ll tell you that one. stephanie: barbara then made the case to elect a third man in her family president. >> jeb is the nicest, wisest, most caring, loyal, disciplined not by me. , >> i jokingly say that when we were growing up in midland in houston, that mom was fortunate not to have a child abuse hotline available, because the discipline of learning right and wrong was her doing. my dad was this perfect idyllic man who to this day is the greatest man alive. stephanie: although jeb lavished praise on his family he attacked his rivals. >> i'
s dogged determination to leave iraq secure. while fragile, it was secure when he left. i know how to do this. it is not about trash talking. it' s not about talking about carpet bombing. just for senator cruz' s edification here, carpet bombing, you don' t have to do it anymore. we have precision weaponry. you don' t have to destroy innocent people. stephanie: cnn says sources tell them that former president george w. bush will join his younger brother on the campaign trail in south carolina and next week. stephanie woods, wmur news 9. tom: donald trump pointed to his washington outsider status tonight at a town hall in portsmouth. >> washington is gridlocked. nothing happens. and nothing is going to happen if you folks vote in more of these politicians. these politicians don' t have it. they' re all talk, they' re no action.
: candidate added events to his scheduled today going from two events to five, the most he' s ever planned in one day for the campaign trail. he' ll be in londonderry tomorrow. the first question for senator ted cruz at a town hall in laconia tonight was about the future of social security. >> for those on social security or near retirement, there should be no changes whatsoever, nothing, not a penny, nothing changes. we have made promises and we need to honor those commitments. tom: he wants to gradually raise the retirement age for younger workers, and change the rate of benefit increases so it matches the rate of inflation. cruz has an event planned for tomorrow evening in salem. shelley: florida senator marco rubio got a little help during a town hall meeting in salem tonight from his youngest son. >> come on, sit on the stool. that way, no one will ask me a mean question because my son is here. shelley: rubio'
him on the campaign trail today, and his 8-year-old dominic asked to stay up on stage with his dad after introductions. rubio has a rally planned in derry tomorrow night. ohio governor john kasich had a day full of town hall meetings today, finishing up tonight in alton. the republican presidential candidate says he believes he' ll do well in new hampshire because he' s held so many town hall meetings, giving people information they want and explaining how he' ll fix the problems the country faces. tomorrow, he' ll be in atkinson, hollis, and bedford. tom: new jersey governor chris christie also filled his schedule today with town hall meetings. this morning in keene, he said that even if he gets beat in new hampshire, he isn' t going to drop out of the race. tomorrow, christie has a number of events planned, including in dover, sandown, and salem. republican presidential candidate carly fiorina spent today in windham, nashua, and rindge, holding town hall meetings. she has more town halls planned for tomorrow in manchester, epping, and merrimack. shelley: among the campaign
governor jim gilmore today was target shooting in belmont. tomorrow, he plans to be in we' ve been following some of these candidates for nearly two years and you can catch up on all of our coverage on our website, wmur.com. compare the candidates on the issues and watch our interviews with them in conversation with the candidate. tom: we are your first in the nation primary station. coming up on news 9 tonight. the search is on for stolen guns and the men who took them. surveillance pictures that police hope will lead to an arrest. shelley: experts say prescription opioids played a role in the states heroin and fentanyl crisis. mike: just rain on the radar off to the south but snow will develop soon. the latest timeline and expected
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they burglarized a gun store this week. shelley: the owner says he is uncomfortable that they are still out on the street. the owner of wicked weaponry gunshop in hooksett says it' s clear thieves were determined
to get into his gun store. >> it looks like they had been working on the door for about 45 minutes. shelley and, as these : surveillance pictures reveal they came prepared. >> they had bolt cutters, and some pry bars. shelley hooksett police say the : burglars hit the londonderry turnpike store just before 4 a.m. wednesday. beauchemin says they made off with handguns and semi automatics a total of four firearms stolen at random from this smashed case. >> they were scanning around the shop, and when they hit a case that they saw with a flashlight that looked like it had guns they went right for that one. shelley the weapons are worth : more than two thousand dollars. he is not happy those guns are on the street. >> for us security is paramount, the safety of the public is paramount, just like any gun shop owner. so it'
happens. because you worry about people and things that can happen when they' re out there so you try to mitigate this as much as possible really. shelley: if you have any information on this burglary, please call hooksett police. tom: the fda announced today new steps to regulate opioids. one of the chief goals is to reduce the impact of addiction. among the steps, new warning labels on some types of opioids. an advisory committee to approve new opioid drugs. and a new push to develop abuse-deterrent formulations of opioids. senator jeanne shaheen praised the action, saying it is overdue. the opioid abuse crisis in new hampshire particularly heroin and fentanyl was the headline issue in governor maggie hassan' s final state of the state address. the senate passed three bills related to the issue today, including drug court legislation. governor hassan touted the state' s response to the crisis and said there is more to be done. >> that' s one of the many
the bipartisan new hampshire health protection program without delay. drug overdoses are now the 2nd most common cause of death in new hampshire. tom: the governor also focused heavily on jobs in her speech. you can watch and read the entire state of the state on wmur.com. >> now, mike haddad with your storm watch 9 forecast. mike: the next system will be filed under the sneaky storms category. after a beautiful day, we' ve seen a gradual cool down in that storm that looked to pass to the south certainly coming a lot closer and will make for a messy morning commute, especially lakes region and points south. it doesn' t look all that bad yet because the storm front is off to the south and all that is falling on the radar scope this
portions of southern new england and that through the mid-atlantic region. 50' s and 40' s are turning into 20' s and 30' s and many spots. look at the highs from earlier today. near 50 up north, even above freezing atop mount washington. then 50' s to near 60 from manchester south and southeast. temperatures have been cooling all evening long sober ride it freezing in berlin, -- all evening long and right at freezing in berlin. down to 18 atop not washington so we got the cold air upstairs as well. eventually in southeastern parts of the state, near 40 will get back to 33 or 34, just cold enough for snow. mid-20' s up north, 32 south,
the rainbows into the cold air and cools us down just enough for snow. anywhere during the course of friday morning or early afternoon. cannot be ruled out the next couple of hours. steady rain bumps into the cold air and that means snow. the deeper blues indicate at least moderate snowfall rates, i half inch to an inch per hour. later friday morning that snow will begin to shift into southeastern parts of new hampshire before pulling off to the east after 1:00 or 2:00. up to about 3-5, anywhere from rochester down through dover and around concord could be about the three inch line. then manchester nashua, a good
maybe five or six down at exeter to the coast. it' s quickly over to snow for the morning commute. lesser amounts farther off to the north and west. this is the way sky castle breakdown over manchester in the coming hours. here we go into the big wet snowflakes and it will be a heavy, wet snow due to the fact the temperatures are up near freezing. so it will be tough to move around, trying out later friday afternoon so the commute tomorrow morning really tough, not much better around lunchtime. a big improvement by the evening. monday nice and quiet, another chance of snow tuesday and still lots of time to work on that as
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less than a minute into the second period, the sabres make it a 2-0 lead. sam reinhart with the redirection in front on the net, 2-0 buffalo. but less than a minute later, the bruins answer. ryan spooner collects the rebound and nets his 11th of the season, 2-1 sabres after two. third period just as a buffalo power play expires, brad marchand skates in and scores on the backhand, beats the goalie shortside from a tough angle, his 23rd of the year. 2-2. they go to overtime. patrice bergeron had a great chance to win it in overtime, but he throws it right into the glove of chad johnson, but the bruins would win it in a shootout 3-2. high school hoops in the north country, littleton hosting white mountains. the crusaders in the white uniforms. logan briggs with the drive, misses the first time, but gets his own rebound and puts it back up and in. spartans in transition, logan elliot feeds jeffery shepard, who lays it in for white
then jakob belanger drives to the hoop, misses the left handed lay up, but follows his own shot, gets the board and the put back. at the other end, great look from cy kezerian, underneath to briggs, bucket and the foul. littleton wins it 95-71. it was a double-header in littleton. the girls had the first game of the night. white mountains gets the offensive rebound by makenna force, she lays it back up and in. good ball movement by the crusaders, nice look to allie horne all alone underneath for an easy pair. at the other end, alex curtis hits the baseline jumper for the visitors. but littleton goes back inside, this time to emma bogardus. the littleton crusaders sweep the night, girls win it 47-32. this week' s hometown hero hails from the lakes region. brenden mooney is a senior at laconia high school. not only is he a three-sport
s a captain of all 3 sports he plays, football, basketball, and lacrosse. he says football is his favorite and he hopes to continue his career in college, although his college plans are still undecided. brenden is an honor roll student and was selected to participate in the chad east west all-star football game this summer. he says he prides himself on his work ethic and leading others. >> being a leader is important to me. being a captain i have to be a m doing the right inks. i was give my best whether we are losing our winning and push my teammates to do better also. jason: for the third consecutive year, derryfield school junior gabi brummett is the gatorade new hampshire girls soccer player of the year. gabi led the cougars to a 20-0 record and a second straight division iv state championship. her stats were ridiculous, she scored a state record 86 goals last season, with 17 assists, 15
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