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p>> now on news 9, this is it, we pare just hours away from the pfinal republican debate before pthe first in the nation primary. pwe're live with the preparations punderway this morning at st. panselm college. pthis is what america is about, pto participate in this. perin: candidates on both sides pof the aisle are out in full pforce, trying to catch undecided pvoters. pwhere you can catch some of the pcandidates today. pamy: what the voters think about ptheir big decision this tuesday. pjosh: after a snowy end to the pweek. pthings do briefly calm down a
pthe forecast. p>> no one covers new hampshire plike we do. pnow, wmur news 9 this morning. pamy: good morning, new phampshire, 6:00 on saturday, pfebruary 6th. pi'm amy coveno. perin: erin fehlau. pthe candidates didn't let snow pinterrupt their campaigning. pthey took the weather in stride. pformer first lady barbara bush lowed through the snow pyesterday with her son jeb to pstop to visit with voters at pmary anne's diner in derry. pit was not easy, made for tricky ptravel. pon the seacoast, the department pof public works in portsmouth psays a garbage truck driver was phit in the leg by another drive pand had to be brought to the phospital. pamy: hope that driver is ok. p>> meteorologist josh judge is pin the weather center, we had
pthis week? p>> the good news, things are pcalming down for the weekend as pthis weekend looks pretty good, pbut as we head into the upcoming pweek, the early part of the week pand into the middle portion of pit, very uncertain with some ossibilities of snow. pdegrees. pit's a chilly start as the fresh psnow pack, clear skies and pcolder air mass have combined pfor chilly temperatures. psingle digits and teens at the pmoment, but clear skies, except pfor far northern new hampshire pright now. pthat's the spot where you could psee a few snow showers during pthe day today and tomorrow as pthese snow showers here could pbrush by northern parts of the pstate. pthe rest of us with a mixture of psunshine and clouds. phighs today in the 30's. pmid to upper 30's, we're a plittle above average once again pfor today with sunshine and pclouds, but, yes, as we head pinto the week ahead there are pseveral snow chances and we'll prun them down in your forecast pjust a few minutes away. pamy: right now, republican residential hopefuls are pclearing up to take the stage
pin the nation primary. perin: these seven candidates pwill gather tonight for the pdebate sponsored by abc news and pwmur. pthe stage has been set there, pjen. p>> well, it's still very quiet phere, but the campus is pabsolutely gorgeous. pa little bit chilly, but a lot pof excitement in the air because ptonight, as you said, seven prepublican candidates will take pto the stage for the final pface-off before new hampshire pvoters head to the polls on ptuesday. pnow, invitations were extended pto donald trump, senators ted pcruz and marco rubio, dr. ben pcarson, former governor jeb bush pand governor's chris christie pand john kasich. pahead of tonight's debate pcandidates have been hitting in papproval. pand ted cruz outlined his plans pfor obamacare if elected resident.
pslings and arrows to take on pobamacare, i'll tell you this, pif i am elected president, we pwill repeal every word of pobamacare pobamacare. p>> the latest wmur cnn poll pnumbers show that donald trump pis still topping the field with p28% of the likely republican rimary voters in new hampshire psupporting him. pand senator marco rubio follows ptrump at 17%, but there are pstill a lot of people undecided. ponly 45% say they actually know pnow who they're going to vote pfor on tuesday so it's anybody's pguess. pfor now, we're live in pgoffstown, jennifer crompton, pwmur news 9. pamy: thank you. pthe candidates running closest pbehind donald trump held town phall meetings. pjohn kasich held his 100th town phall in bedford and even brought palong star power for this,
psuper bowl champ maep ichael vrable. p>> been to every primary since p1992, i can't count how many pyears. p>> i seen jeb bush last night pand i've seen chris christie and palso donald trump and i wanted pto see what marco had to say. p>> that incredible access you ponly get in new hampshire. pjohn kasich has plans before ptonight's debate at noon. p>> marco rubio has picked up panother endorsement, bobby pjindal is endorsing rubio for resident. pjindal was running until he psuspended his campaign in pnovember. pmakes the second 2016 rival to pendorse rubio this week. pformer pennsylvania senator rick psantorum endorsed him on pwednesday. pamy: today, former florida pgovernor jeb bush comes after a
pconcord where he encouraged psupporters to stay strong in the prace. p>> thank you all for coming and pwe're getting near decision time pand i'm excited about that. pamy: bush was joined by south pcarolina senator lindsey graham pwho recently dropped out of his pbid for the republican pnomination. pformer first lady barbara bush pjoined him at a handful of pevents. p>> remember that wmur is your psource for latest commitment p2016 coverage, be sure to join pus tonight for the abc news wmur prepublican debate taking place pat st. anselm college and our pown josh mcelveen will be on the anel asking questions. pit begins at 8:00 on wmur and on pwmur.com. pwe will have complete coverage pbeginning with a special edition pof news 9 at 5:00 and a full pwrap-up starting at 11:00. pour coverage doesn't stop there. ptomorrow morning join us for a pspecial lineup of programming
rimary week. pa special edition at 6:00 a.m. pand at 10:00, an hour long pedition of close-up and this pweek with george stephanopoulos pwill have more analysis at noon, pfollowed by "matter of fact". pamy: on the democratic side pbernie sanders and hillary pclinton shared the stage for the plast time before the primary. pthe newest poll shows the pvermont senator maintaining his psizable lead. p30% p30%. pvote some voters still have not pmade up their mind on their pcandidate. pmike cronin was there at a pdinner and has the story. p>> thousands packed verizon pwireless 100 club dinner where phillary clinton and bernie
p>> senator bernie sanders. p>> he drew cheers when he said pthe citizens united is turned pover. p>> this government belongs to pall of us, not a handful of pwealthy contributed and against pthe defense of marriage act in pthe iraq war even though they pweren't popular at the time. p>> leadership is about standing pup and being counted when the ptimes are rough. p>> hillary clinton recognized psanders' lead in the polls of pnew hampshire, but asked voters pto take another look. p>> i am going to compete for pevery vote here. pi'll answer every question, i'll pwork my heart out to earn your psupport. p>> clinton promised to fight for pworking families, keep america psafe and be the leader america pneeds. p>> this is the biggest job pinterview in the world, my
pi'm a progressive who likes to pget things done. p>> though many new hampshire pvoters remain undecided, the pmajority in this crowd have pchosen their candidate. p>> and finally here is a olitician who gets it. p>> has already done for our kids pand low income families and pshe's hopefully going to bring pthe middle class back. p>> mike cronin, news 9. p>> state and democratic leaders pwere also in attendance, as well pas dnc debby wasserman schultz, pand rallying party members to pget out the vote on tuesday. pcoming up, a deadly earthquake pstrikes taiwan, the new pdevelopments in the search for
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p>> good morning and welcome pback. phere are some live pictures of pmeredith. pit's chilly, it's in the teens pthis morning, we've got mainly pclear skies out there, some pslick spots with their cold ptemperatures and leftover snow. pwe'll talk about if there's any pmore snow in the
forecast coming pup. perin: thank you, josh, three eople are presumed dead after ptwo planes collided outside the ort of los angeles 3:30 psaturday. pthe coast guard says there have pbeen no signs of life. pdespite a massive search effort psome debris has been covered, pincluding a log book. pauthorities in new york city are pworking to determine the cause pof a crane collapse in
pone person was killed, three eople were injured when that pcrane fell. pworkers were trying to lower the pboom for safety during a snow psquall when it fell. plook at this. pit crashed several cars and pauthorities are now inspecting pall cranes in the city to ensure pthey're safe. pthe city will discuss the presponse and recovery efforts. pamy: rescuers in taiwan continue pto search for survivors of an pearthquake, a 6.4 magnitude pquake caused a high rise to pcollapse. pmost of the people inside were pasleep. pat least five people have been pkilled and workers have pulled pat least 200 people from the pwreckage. perin: the snow was caking doub pthe trees. pjosh: weighing down the trees pand looks like most of the power poutages are back online.
phad in a little while and closer pto what you'd expect this time pof year as the temperatures are pin the teens and single digits. pthe coldest spot except
for pmount washington is concord at 9 pdegrees right now and teens peverywhere else, fairly light pwind, so things are quite paccumulate out there, but that psnow that fell yesterday, a lot pof it, of course, freezing solid povernight. pso let's talk about, first of pall, some of our bullet points pfor the upcoming weekend and the pweek ahead. psunshine, some clouds. pthat's pretty much our weekend, plooking pretty good. pwe get a break, a storm-free pbreak. pthere will be temperatures in pthe 30's and tomorrow, 30's and p40's and a few snow showers in pareas far north during the day. pa colder week ahead. pseveral storms are going to be pnearby and still not completely pcertain how close they come to pus, but we'll show you those in pjust a moment. pone of them on monday and panother one on tuesday into pwednesday, and they'll both be pmaking close swipes at us here pin the northeast.
pthose are the areas that could psee a few snow showers, these pright to our west right here pcould brush the northern part of pthe state during the day today pand tomorrow. pbut meanwhile, high pressure phere shields us and protects us pfrom pretty much anything else, pelse with are in the state. pso we're looking at partly to pmostly sunny skies, fairly right pwinds out there, too, that's pgood news for those snow loaded ptrees from yesterday's snow. lenty of chilly air to work pwith. ptoday and tomorrow, it's milder, pbut colder air to the west and peven to the north keeps things pcold for the week ahead. pa very different story this pupcoming week from what we saw plast week which was so well pabove average until friday with ptemperatures near or touching 60 ptwice last week. pa much different story this pweek. pagain, there is a look at snow pshowers far to our north and pwest, notice how some of these pcould come close to northern new phampshire or brush by, places plike colebrook, up to ittsburgh.
pmostly sunny skies, and light pwinds and temperatures a little pabove average, but not as warm pas this past week, but 30's for pmost of the day today. ptomorrow, milder still, a chance pof a few flurries or snow pshowers to the north and ptomorrow, the 30's or lower p40's. plook what happens monday, a pstorm system will be well out to psea, but it could bring in snow pin the afternoon or evening, pmonday afternoon or evening, it pcould be a couple of inches that paccumulates monday afternoon and pevening thanks to this storm pright here. pthis is the first one. pit's well out to sea, but it's pclose enough to at least create pinstability here monday pafternoon and evening as that pstorm passes on by. pthen a second storm develops on ptuesday, that one a little bit pcloser tuesday afternoon into ptuesday evening and through pwednesday morning. pso keep in mind that that is pcertainly a possibility. psnow any of those days. phighs today in the mid to upper p30's and tomorrow, a little pmilder, so a good weekend, but
pa look at it. psnow chances monday, tuesday, pwednesday, maybe even thursday. perin: so a busy, busy week pweather-wise as we go into the rimary. pamy: some people say better late pthan never, hello winter. pjosh: people are happy about it. pamy: and what about that pgroundhog? p>> he's never really right. pwhether you love it or hate it, pgranite staters got a taste of pwinter and one decided to have pfun with. pamy: governor kasich was not pafraid of the cold, and he took ptime to have a snowball fight in phollis and took part in a layful wrestling match. pgood sport. perin: they haven't had to deal pwith a lot of weather. pamy: one voter will vote in her
p>> she's moved from quebec when pshe was a child and politics was pan important topic in her family pgrowing up. p>> hillary clinton or bernie psanders? p>> didn't know. p>> didn't know bernie sanders? p>> well, i'm going to pick phillary clinton, i know her. pyou know hillary clinton, so pshe's your woman? p>> she still has the accent from pquebec, her husband encouraged peveryone in the family to vote pfor democrats and her secret to pa long life, she says, is eating pwell. papparently she has. pamy: we should take that advice. pshe looks great. pcoming up next, a chilly weekend pand if you're looking for a warm pway to wake up this morning. pwe'll show you where to find pthis hearty skillet breakfast. perin: ahead in your next half phour of news 9 this morning, pwe're less than 24 hours away pfrom the abc news republican pdebate.
pwith the last preparations punderway right now. pand this week's adopt-a-pet is pdanny, the three--year-old pbeagle would do best in a home pwith adults. pdanny loves riding in the car pand going for walks. pand you can find more pinformation about him and more padoptable animals at pwmur.com/pets. (phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise)
rin the middle of a time when senior poverty is increasing. p republicans and some democrats came up with a brilliant idea for cutting cost-of-livingpadjustments for social security. we said, "it will ber over our dead bodies p if you cut social security." as president,ri will do everything i can to extend the solvencytof social security and expand benefits for peoplerwho desperately need them. i'm bernie sanders,
pfinally starting to cool off, so pwe need some comfort food. pwe're joined by rick from pmarjie's dream diner in pmanchester, what you've got pgoing on over there. psome yummy food, right. p>> good morning, sean. pit's power strokes skillet. pi've pre-done some stuff to make pit go quick. ut in hash browned, onions and eppers. p>> you've got a lot going on pthere. p>> yeah, a few ingredients. p>> strapping on my seat belt. p>> some hot italian sausage and psteak. p>>
steak tips and sausage. p>> hot italian sausage. p>> this is a special going on pthis weekend? p>> yes marjie's, 172 haywood pstreet. p>> jalapeno to give it spice phere, definitely. pall right. p627-7777 and we do takeouts all pweekend.
pwanting to sit around in pajamas pand have some comfort food. p>> takeout, definitely. p>> cook that up in the skillet a plittle.
p>> we'll saute' that up. p>> turn up your smell-o-vision, pfolks, it's smelling nice in phere. p>> some eggs, and top it with pcheese and eggs at the end of pthis. p>> oh, boy. pare you allowed to put that many pingredients in one dish? p>> we do, i don't know. p>> let's take a little tour, you pbrought some other things, what poffer things. p>> chili and cheese this pweekend. pnot normally on the menu, but pfinish today. pand we have ya ya's, spinach and ita, i'm not sure-- p>> our viewers have it. p>> scallops, haddock, shrimp. p>> what if i'm the type of guy pthat wouldn't to walk in the pafternoon and have breakfast at
p>> unfortunately we're closed at p2:00, 7-to
1 on sundays. p>> we'll scramble eggs and put epper jack cheese on this and pgive it another stir quick. pthis. p>> i do. p>> what is this called? p>> the power stroke skillet. pall weekend. p>> you're going to get a lot of eople coming in. p>> i hope so, that's awesome. pso, you get some eggs on top pafter we're done here. p>> you get all kinds of yummy pdiner food there. p>> we do, homemade meatloaf, pfresh different soups every day psupposed to say. p>> because you're busy cooking. pfacebook, too. p>> yes, we're on facebook. pwhen you're cooking sometimes pyou go over and update facebook pand then you're cooking. p>> that's the boss' job, i cook pthe food. p>> we'll plate it when it's
pturn this down a little. p>> and
that's it. p>> that's it right there. p>> the website is marjie's dream pdiner.com. p>> yeah. p>> where are you located, 172 phaywood street off of valley pstreet and union, right in the pmiddle. p>> lots of yummy food there. p>> it's a blue building kind of plooks like a house, a nice cozy lace. p>> heading back, say hi to rick, ptoo. pappreciate it. p>> thank you. p>> that does it for us. p>> have a p hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm p hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm let us be lovers, we'll marryr our fortunes together t [ cheering ] i've got some real estatet here in my bag counting the carsp on the new jersey turnpike
p>> no one covers new hampshire plike we do. pnow, wmur news 9 this morning. pamy: hey, everybody, it's 630, pi'm amy coveno. perin: i'm erin fehlau. pa beautiful sunrise along the pseacoast, we're seeing temps in pthe teens in many areas, we had pthat heavy snow yesterday and pmore chances of snow coming up pthis week and we are going to ptake a look at the forecast pafter our top stories this half phour.
resident are in new hampshire ptoday preparing for tonight's pabc news/wmur debate. pthe final one before the first pin the nation primary on tuesday pand you can catch the debate ptonight at 8:00 here on wmur and pat wmur.com. pvoters at polling locations pacross the state will have a new paccessibility option on tuesday. pa new system will provide ptablets and head phones for eople who are blind or visually pimpaired. pamy: and a new market father hases 50 years in prison after leading guilty to abusing his pthree-month-old son and admitted pto punching the baby in the head plast march. perin: our weather team tolds it pwas coming. pafter several days of punseasonably warm temperatures,
pmother nature brought another ptaste of winter to the granite pstate. proads filled with snow making pfor a very slick drive.
punder a snow emergency parking pban. pand some roads are slick this pmorning. pwe are going to get more snow pahead of this primary, ahead of pus. pamy: well, let's check with pmeteorologist josh judge to see pif that in fact is true, more psnow? p>> it's certainly a possibility. pthere are question marks around pit. pwe'll watch it closely out there pfor the monday, tuesday, pwednesday time frame of this pupcoming week. ptwo systems come very close to pus. pstarting off with a look at pmanchester right now, you can psee the freshly fallen snow out pthere on the roads, and with pcold temperatures, it is extra pslick out there. pand that snow froze up pretty pgood last night. pit was wet, gloppy, heavy stuff pand froze up overnight in the psingle digits and teens. pclouds to the north, you could psee some snow showers or pflurries from the snow to the pwest, everywhere else it's artly,
if not mostly sunny for pthe day today. pbright and cool. ptemperatures will be in the mid pand even upper 30's out there. pwe even head farther, higher
pbut, yeah, that first part of pthe week, it could be a doozy. pwe'll take a look at it in just pa few minutes. p>> you will an eyes are on new phampshire and the first of the pnow. p>> the candidates will take the pw- pabc news and wmur. pgood morning to you, jen. p>> good morning. pstill very quiet, but the sun is pcoming up on the gorgeous campus pand activity will be picking up pin the next few hours because ptonight seven candidates will pgather on the stage here in that phighly expected to be crazy pexciting
debate here on the pcampus, seven candidates. pwe'll be looking at folks like pdonald trump, governors-- pformer governor jeb bush,
pjohn kasich and marco rubio pexpected to take the stage in pthe debate sponsored by wmur. pthis is the last time they'll pface off before the first in the pnation primary. ptonight candidates have been pmaking stops in the granite pstate and some contenders have pbeen throwing jabs at one panother, among them jeb bush and pchris christie, they're pcriticizing fellow republican pmarco rubio. p>> he'll be one of the people we phear about, but he's got votes pfrom iowa, they've going to pconsider that if that's where pthey're inclined. pi've got other folks to talk pabout them. pdebate. pthe polls show that donald trump pis still in the lead and marco prubio coming up
behind him, but pless than half of the voters olled say they know for sure pwho they're going to vote for on
pfor now, we're live on the pcampus of st. anselm college. p>> chris christie will meet with pvoters ahead of the debate. plast night the new jersey pgovernor attacked bernie psanders. pchristie used an audience member pto talk about bernie sanders, -- pmoney out of one person's pocket pand giving it to another. p>> and at a diner. pdonald trump will be in new phampshire for tonight's debate. plast night had he held a rally pin south carolina. pand he was forced to cancel a ptown hall in londonderry, his ponly stop. p>> this morning, former hewlett ackard ceo carly fiorina held a
pshe decided to run for president pafter a rotary club meeting. pshe did not meet the network pcriteria for the abc/wmur pdebate. pshe has spent about 50 days pcampaigning here in the granite pstate. ptoday, former governor jim pgilmore will hit the campaign ptrail and jim gilmore did not pmeet the criteria for the pdebate, but he'll continue pcampaigning with events in new phampshire through the primary. p>> tonight, the republicans will pdebate one last time before the pnew hampshire primary that gets punderway at st. anselm college pat 8:00. pour own josh mcelveen will ask pquestions. pspecial coverage particulars off pat 5:00 p.m. on wmur and on our pwebsite and mobile app as well. pamy: we have used eight weeks pcounting down to new hampshire's rimary to look at eight key pissues in this election.
plooks at the climate the next pnexpress will face. p>> it's an outrageous. p>> appalling callusness. p>> gridlock and dysfunction fuel pthe day. p>> what's right is what's right. p>> you can't be serious about pthis? p>> the partisan warfare preflecting a deepening red-blue pdivide in america. p>> don't walk in here and tell pme. p>> don't go there. p>> partisan rancor is nothing pnew, but a pew research poll pfinds the political gulf has pbeen widening over the last 20 pyears. prepublicans have become more pconservative, democrats more pliberal. pthe center is shrinking. p>> what happened? p>> can the next president be a punifying force? p>> it's a pipe dream. p>> it's a pledge presidential pcandidates often make. p>> i'm a uniter, not a divider. p>> until the realities of the poffice intrude.
poffice and write his own laws. p>> it will only happen if we fix pour own laws. p>> sure there have been major pbipartisan achievements in pdecades past, but it's not palways the case that the country pmakes progress simply when the arties and people of goodwill pkohl together. p>> he says sometimes big things pcan get done with one party in pcharge though the other side pdoesn't like it. p>> the bush tax cut, wall street preform and obamacare to name a pfew. p>> the bipartisan policy center pset up a committee to study olarization in america, among pthe recommendations that the resident hold regular monthly pmeetings with congressional lead perrings pers, in washington, i'm sally pkid. p>> tuesday's primely will have ptablets and head phones for
pit has audio instructions how to pcast your battle and submitted pto the voting machine. pright now officials are pmonitoring and conducting tests pfor bacteria. pit caused the water to go along pthe salt marsh tide area and pthey looked at the pump station pand hampton waste water on ptuesday, results from water psamples say there's no danger of pholding the penguin plunge this pweekend. perin: that's right, kevin pskarupa is jumping in along with pmike haddad. pa chilly, chilly morning for pthem. pamy: glad it's them. psuper bowl security, the big pgame is many to. punprecedented security measures pare put in place right now. phow fans can expect to stay psafe. perin: there's a big game ptomorrow? pwhat? p. pthe celtics took the cavaliers pright down to the wire in pcleveland. psee the game-winning buzzer
pwe're starting off chilly. pcolder than in some time. ptemperatures in the single pdigits and teens. pa look at manchester right now, pyou can see the freshly fallen psnow which has been plowed away, pbut there are still slick spots pout there with this cold weather pthat we had overnight. pit froze pretty solid out there. p16 degrees in downtown pmanchester. pas you can see that's a similar psituation around many parts of pthe state. pnine whole degrees in concord pthis morning. pall right, the almanac showing pthe average high for today is p33. pwe should go a little above pthat. pmid 30's for many and upper 30's pfor a few spots in southern new phampshire, the average low is p12. pwe're back down where we're psupposed to be, normal ptemperatures for overnight lows pright now. psunrise at 6:56 a.m. in concord. pall right, a look at the clouds pout there. preally, just in northern new phampshire and these are the pspots there could be a few pflurries or two. pduring the day tomorrow as the psystem brushes to the north.
psunshine this morning and partly psunny skies through the day ptoday. pthat's the disturbance to our pwest. pmost of this stays to our north. pwe're protected by the area of phigh pressure overhead right pnow. pand a fairly calm weekend ahead. plet's look at futurecast, first pof all, clouds remaining in pnorthern new hampshire, again, pwith the chance of flurries pfalling on snowmobile trails of ittsburgh and colebrook and the pfirst connecticut lake. pas we head further south here, pthose temperatures will be pmilder and we'll see more ptoday. ptoday. artly cloudy tonight, not quite pas chilly and more of the same. psnow showers or flurries to the pnorth and partly sunny skies ptomorrow as well. pthen look at this. pwhen
we get into monday, a storm psystem out over the ocean and it pcould bring enough instability pfor light snow, especially in psouthern new hampshire in the pafternoon or evening, monday pafternoon, monday night, maybe pinto tuesday morning as well.
paccumulations from this, and pthen tuesday into wednesday, panother weather system that asses by, again, far out to psea, but if it skirts farther pwest, our data will be tracking pthat this weekend. pwe'll see farther west and it pcould affect us more. pso there's a
chance of snow pshowers or light snow on ptuesday, even into wednesday as pwell. pfor today the temperatures in pthe mid, maybe upper 30's. pmixture of sunshine and clouds, pmore to the north and chilly ptonight, but not as cold as it pis right at this moment. pmilder. pthose temperatures getting into pthe mid and upper 30's to the pnorth and upper 30's and lower p40's in southern new hampshire. pbut that's going to do it for a pwhile as this past week has been pso far above average. pthis is the equalizer, as ptemperatures come down, monday, ptuesday, wednesday, thursday, a pchance of flurries if not light psnow or snow showers, the odds pare a couple of days there could pbe small accumulations and a pchance for something bigger if psomeone of the storms comes pcloser.
pright, we slip into a pattern pwhere snow is more likely? p>> we've gotten into that attern. p>> no snow, we had no snow on pthe ground in february and all pof a sudden this, right? p>> we went from 60 on thursday pto
this. p>> it's wild, indeed. p>> also wild, there's a big game pgoing on tomorrow. pamy: you're kidding. perin: a super bowl, yes. pright now unprecedented security pmeasures are put in place and prolled out to keep fans safe and layers, also, in and around san pfrancisco, they're kept safe as pwell. pamy: we understand there's no pspecific credible threat to the pcity, but abc's brandi hitt ptells us they're not taking any pchances. p>> a massive security presence pis now in place for super bowl psunday. ptrained s.w.a.t. teams on the pground. pthe coast guard in the san pfrancisco bay and eight aircraft pwatching from above. p>> the air space around the psuper bowl area. p>> this intense operation pinvolving the fbi and homeland
p>> we know of no specific pcredible threat directed at psuper bowl 50 or related events. p>> still, they're not taking any pchances, especially following pthe recent deadly terror attacks pin paris and san bernardino. p>> i think
the achilles heel for pus is either an active shooter por a lone wolf terrorist event. pscanning every truck delivery pfor explosives and radioactive pmaterials. p>> it's an x-ray machine that plets us look right inside the pcargos and containers. pat train stops. p>> i welcome the security and panything to make us more safe. p>> with bomb sniffing dogs and pundercover police everywhere. p>> there's so much going on pgoing to see. p>> abc news, los angeles. p>> now, news 9 sports. p>> hey, everyone, the celtics pnow won eight of their last nine pbasketball games. pa huge win last night against
pon the road at the cleveland pcavaliers, the cavs jumped out pto an early lead. pkevin love left alone for three pfrom the point. phe knocks it down and puts pcleveland off by 9. pceltics kicking off to avery pbradley, a quick release and pknocks down a three. pa quick output and irving lays pit in. pceltics trailed by 15 in the pfirst half. pturner with a reverse lay-up. p19 points, 12 rebounds, boston pdown by 6 at halftime. pthird quarter, bradley misses a pthree and gets it back and pknocks it down the second time paround. pceltics take a one point lead. pfourth quarter now tied at 94 pand lebron james with a buck 30 pto go. pstrong move through the lane. pgets the bucket and the foul. p97-94 cavs. phe had a game high 30 points. pboston down two in the final pseconds and bradley for the win pfrom the corner, and he got it. p14 points for bradley, celtics
pbeater, 104-103. phigh school hoops on friday pnight, plymouth hosting john pstark. pbobcats in the white uniforms, pconnor nolan runs the floor, psplits the defense and scores. pjohn stark tough on defense. pget the steal and ahead to atterson with a nice move and pfinish at the other end. pwent down to the wire. psome good college hockey teams plast night. proad. pthe wildcats lost a tough one at pnumber four, boston college, p4-3. pauburn zack sanford scored a pgoal for boston college. punh will play at 8th ranked u.s. plowell tonight. pdartmouth, excuse me, they're p20th ranked team taking on pnumber 11 yale and yale ran away pwith that one, 5-1. pthe big green will play at brown ptonight. pthe monarchs back at home ptonight with some pink ice
pthe monarchs and catholic pmedical center hosting their pannual pink in the rink game ptonight to raise funds and pawareness for breast cancer. pthe monarchs will wear pink pjerseys and those will be pavailable for auction, to pbenefit the cmc breast care pcenter. pwe're two days away-- pone day away, rather, for the psuper bowl and both had solid ractices on friday with all 53 layers on each roster articipating. lenty of story lines. pcarolina, 17-1, led with a pfranchise record 500 points in pthe regular season, but denver, phas the top ranked defense in pthe lead. pcam newton will likely be the pleague mvp and peyton manning pwill likely be playing his last pgame. anthers are a six-point pfavorite. p>> and it's hard not to take it pall in, it's hard and i've got
ptrue and hopefully we get, you pknow, we are prepared come psunday. p>> it's a special opportunity pand i think our players punderstand that. pwe're embracing that at the same ptime we're getting prepared to lay a really good team on psunday. p>> all right, there you go, pthat's sports. phave a great saturday. pamy: thank you, jason king. pstill ahead on news 9, a pmilestone remember. phow derry native alan sheppard's pwalk on the moon is remember. pand hotshot, baby, it's cold poutside. phow he's trying to convince is erson to let him in or come out pand play. pa lot going on there, very cute.
phis daughter says he died after pa brief illness this week, he pwas 85 years old. pit was 45 years ago that alan psheppard walked on the moon. phe was part of the apollo lunar pmission. pthere are several that celebrate phis accomplishments. pthey say that it was one of the pmost significant. p>> for one thing they brought phome an amazing amount of moon procks that are still being plooked at today and we're still pfinding out new scientific pdiscoveries from the moon rocks pthat he brought back. p>> sheppard is only one of 12 eople ever to set foot on the pmoon. p>> runners call it a casualty, a pfat tuesday 5k has now been ostponed to saturday the 13th pat 1 p.m.
pstreet and millennium runner is pgoing to be running on saturday pinstead of tuesday. p>> calm and temperatures above paverage, it calms down and there pare snow chances most days this pweek, and we'll look at two pstorm systems that will be pmaking close passes at us. p>> ok, thanks, josh. pamy: the news continues at the ptop of the hour. ptoday's top stories next. pcountdown to the debate, the prepublican candidates will take pthe stage in just a few hours. pwe are live with a preview. perin: also the democrats take pthe stage one final time before ptuesday's primary. pthe big event held in manches there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision p above the obstacles in place and lookr to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going
where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an americapwhere after a lifetime of labor, there is timep for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defendsrour people and our values, but no longer carriesp so much of that burden alone. i knowrwe can create that america if we listen to our consciencet and our hearts and not to the punditstand the naysayers. r i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message,
p>> now on news 9, this is it, we pare just hours away from the pfinal republican debate before pthe first in the nation primary. pwe're live with the preparations punderway this morning at st. panselm college. pthis is what america is about, pto participate in this. p>> candidates on both sides of pthe aisle are out in full force, ptrying to win over undecided pvoters. pwhere you can catch some of the pcandidates today. pthe democrats shared a stage one plast time. pthe big event held last night
ptheir big decision this tuesday. p>> after a snowy end to the pweek, things calm down, but pthere's more snow in the pforecast. p>> p>>. p>> no one covers new hampshire plike
we do. pnow, wmur news 9 this morning. p>> good morning, new hampshire. p7:00 on this saturday, february p6th. pi'm amy coveno. pi'm erin fehlau. pwe're hours away from the prepublican debate ap the pcandidates didn't let the snow pinterrupt campaigning. pformer lady barbara bush plowed pthrough the snow with her son pjeb bush, stopping at mary panne's diner in derry. pgetting around in the snow was pnot easy. pit did make for tricky travel. pon the seacoast, the department pof public works, a garbage truck pdriver was hit by another driver pand he was brought to the phospital with a leg injury.
phope that driver is ok. pwhat can we expect as we count pdown to the debate? p>> meteorologist josh judge is pwith us. pno snow today? p>> no, we're fine today, ladies, pbut we have some snow in the pforecast with question marks pnext to it as we have to watch pthis upcoming week carefully. pwe start off with a beautiful psunrise. pclear
across the state. pand goffstown, 15 degrees, as we plook around the state, it's in pthe single digits and teens peverywhere, so, as you can see, pit's cold and that snow from plast night. panything left on the road is pmorning. pclouds in far northern new phampshire, but other than that pwe've got sunshine in central pand southern parts of the state pand there will be some flurries por. psnow showers possible as these pdrift over northern new phampshire. pthe rest of the state stays psunny and partly sunny skies, pbride and seasonably cool with ptemperatures state wide between pyeah, but there are changes for
pthat in a few minutes. p>> right now, republican residential hopeful are pgearing up to take the stage one pmore time before the first in pthe nation primary. p>> there are seven candidates pthat will gather tonight for the pdebate, sponsored by abc news pand wmur and joining us live pfrom st. anselm college this pmorning is jennifer crompton, pgood morning, jen. p>> good morning, well, it's pbrisk and beautiful here as we pawait the big hour tonight when pseven of those republican pcandidates will take to the pstage for their final face-off pbefore granite staters head to pthe polls. pso, invitations were sent out to pdonald trump, senators ted cruz pand marco rubio, dr. ben carson, pformer governor jeb bush and pgovernors chris christie and pjohn kasich. pahead of tonight's debate, pcandidates have been hitting the pcampaign trail in full force ptrying to gain that coveted pvoter approval. pat an event in salem, ted cruz poutlined his plans for
p>> you've stood and suffered the pslings and arrows, to take on pobamacare, i'll tell you this, pif i am elected president, we pwill repeal every word of pobamacare pobamacare. p>> the latest wmur/cnn poll pnumbers show that donald trump pis still topping the field with p28% of the likely republican pvoters in new hampshire psupporting him and senator marco prubio follows trump at 17%, but pstill, the majority of people olled say they remain undecided pand they may not make their pminds up till they actually hit pthe polls on tuesday. pfor now, we're live in pgoffstown, jennifer crompton, pwmur news 9. pamy: thank you. pthe candidates running closest pbehind donald trump all held ptown hall meetings last night. prepublican candidate john kasich pheld his 100th town hall in pbedford and brought along star
atriot and three time super pbowl chance michael vrable was phis guest and marco rubio posed pfor pictures with every voter pwaiting in line after his town phall. p>> been to every primary since p1992, i can't count how many pcandidates i've seen over the pyears. p>> i saw jeb bush last night, pi've seen chris christie and pdonald trump and wanted to
see pwhat marco had to say. pamy: and john kasich has events lanned before tonight's debate. perin: marco rubio has picked up panother enforcement. pbobby jindal suspended his pcampaign and makes the second pformer 2016 rival to endorse prubio this week. pformer pennsylvania senator rick psantorum endorsed him on pwednesday. pamy: today, former florida pgovernor jeb bush will hold a ptown hall in bedford after ptonight's debate. pthis comes after a full night of
phe encouraged supporters to stay pstrong in the race. p>> thank you all for coming, pwe're getting near decision time pand i'm excited about that. pamy: bush was joined by south pcarolina senator lindsey graham pwho recently dropped his own bid pfor the republican nomination. pformer first lady, barbara bush, palso joined him at a handful of pevents. p>>. perin: rer that wmur is your psource for latest commitment, p2016 coverage. pbe sure to
join us tonight for pthe abc news, wmur republican pdebate taking place at st. panselm college and our own josh pmcelveen will be on the panel pasking questions. pit begins at 8:00 on wmur, and pwmur.com and we will have pcomplete coverage beginning with pa special edition of news 9 at p5:00 and a full wrap-up starting pat 11:00. pour coverage does not end there, ptomorrow morning, join us for a pspecial lineup of programming pbreaking down the debate and psetting the stage for primary pweek.
pcontinues at 6 a.m. pat 10:00 we will have a live phour-long edition of close-up, pthis week with george pstephanopoulos will have panalysis at noon and that will pbe followed by "matter of fact". p>> and bernie sanders and phillary clinton shared a stage pfor the last time before the rimary. pthe vermont senator shows a psizable lead over the former psecretary of state. p30 percentage points celebrate pthem, but a third of voters say pthey haven't firmly committed to pa candidate. plast night clinton and sanders phad another chance to
make their pcase to democrats at the party's pannual 100 club dinner. pwmur's mike cronin was there and phas the story. pmike: thousands packed the pverizon wireless arena, where phillary clinton and senator pbernie sanders made one of their pfinal pitches to new hampshire.
pwhen he vowed to make sure that p2010 citizens united ruling gets punderturned. p>> this government of ours pbelongs to all
of us, not a phandful of wealthy campaign pcontributors pcontributors. pmike: sanders defended his precord saying he voted against pthe marriage act and iraq war peven though they weren't popular pat the time. p>> leadership means standing up pand being counted when times are prough. p>> clinton acknowledged sanders' pahead in the votes. p>> i'm work my heart out to find pour support. p>> clinton planned to work for pworking families and keep pamerica safe and be the leader pthat america needs. p>> this is the biggest job pinterview in the world, my pfriends, and you should hold us paccountable.
pget things done. p>> though many new hampshire pvoters remain undecided, the pmajority in this crowd have pchosen their candidate. p>> finally, here is a politician pthat really does get it and is phonest and authentic has pintegrity. p>> already done so much for our pkids and our low income families pthat are struggling and she's phopefully going to bring the pmiddle class back. pmike: mike cronin, wmur news 9. pamy: state and local democratic pleaders were in attendance as pwell as dnc chairman debby pwasserman schultz, all of them prallying get out the vote on ptuesday. pa deadly earthquake strikes ptaiwan, the overnight pdevelopments ap psurvivors.
p>> welcome back. pyou are looking at live pictures pof of berlin from our valley phospital camera there. pa look at what it looks likes pout there, cloudy to partly psunny. p16 degrees, you could see snow pflurries in this part of the pstate and the rest of us looking pat sunshine and talk about when psnow could return in a minute. pyou. ptwo people are presumed dead pafter planes collide off the pcoast of california. pyesterday. pthe coast guard says there have pbeen no signs of life, despite a pmassive search effort, including
pauthorities in new york city are pworking to determine the cause pof crane collapse in manhattan. pa person was killed and three eople were injured when this pcrane just fell down. pworkers, they were trying to plower the boom for safety during pa snow squall when it fell. pit crashed several cars. pauthorities are now inspecting pall cranes in the city to ensure pthey're safe. ptoday, the officials will pdiscuss the response and precovery actions. pamy: right now, rescuers from ptaiwan continue to search for psurvivors of an earthquake. pa 6.4 magnitude quake caused a presidential high rise building pto collapse. pit hit around 4 a.m. local time. pmost of the people inside that phigh rise were sleeping. pat least five people were pkilled. psearch crews have pulled more prubble. perin: so after the snow that we phad yesterday we have more pchances including primary day. pjosh: absolutely, we are going pto watch that carefully. pwe get at least a little bit of pwhich is good news.
pmany locations, including pand mountain and beautiful sky pand sunshine out there. lenty of sun will be around pthis morning, temperatures in pthe teens and single digits pright now in some spots, like pnashua right now at 9 chilly pdegrees. pso, slick spots out there to be pexpected with cold temperatures pafter yesterday's wet, heavy, pgloppy snow that weighed down ptree branches and limbs and pcaused power outages. pthose seem to be back in check pthis morning, but there's pcertainly a lot of snow out pthere today, but it will be shim pshimmering with sunshine. pthere could be some flurries pthroughout the day today. pbut the rest of the state should premain dry this weekend and a pdemand amount of sunshine. pthanks to high pressure to our psouth. pand no major storms for the pweekend. pthere's a couple that are pabrewing though.
pand first let's take futurecast pand put it in motion for the pweekend. pas you can see, a mix of clouds pand sunshine south of the pmountains, if you're in the pmountains, more clouds than sun pand a chance of a few flurries pthat could sort of rumble pthrough at times today, tonight, ptomorrow. pthat's what we're looking for pfor the most part tomorrow pmorning, there could be sun with pa few more clouds to the north. pbut here comes the first of two ossible storms that will be off pto our east. pthe first one on monday, and as pyou saw there, there could be psome snow from it. pfor monday. pstorm number one, well off pshore, but you just saw some psnow here on futurecast and pthat's because even though this pone likely, quite a bit off pshore, there could be enough pinstability as it passes by to pbring us some light snow. peven a couple of inches of light psnow on monday. pon tuesday and into wednesday, pstorm number two develops. pthis one a question mark how pclose it makes it to us.
psnow for primary day and into pwednesday as well and maybe some pleftover snow showers on pthursday. pso, for today, those ptemperatures making it up to the pmid 30's for most of us and pupper 30's for a few spots. p37, 38 a possibility and a plittle milder tomorrow, as well. pupper 30's and a couple of spots pin lower new hampshire could preach the 40's and that's it, pinterprets above average, we're pdown two or below averages for pthe upcoming week. pas we discussed, monday, ptuesday, weapons. pfor now. pif any of the systems come pcloser we should probably get pmore clarity on that today, i pwould think. pwe'll see if there could be phigher snowfall totals from any pof those systems close by. pamy: so what's the feedback in pthe weather center. pjosh: people are happy with it pbecause it's the first big one pof the year. pif they continue, we'll see. perin: whether you love it or phate it granite staters got a ptaste of winter weather
residential candidates decided pto have fun with it. pamy: this is good. pohio governor senator john kay psearch had fun with it, of pcourse, he's from ohio. pand outside of the event in phollis and even took part in a pwrestling match in hollis. perin: it's a stressful thing, a pcampaign and nice to enjoy the pwinter weather. pamy: cla rina hudson is believed pto be the oldest person in the pgranite state at 110. pshe moved to new hampshire from pquebec when she was a child and pshe says that politics was an pimportant topic in our family pgrowing up. p>> hillary clinton or
bernie psanders? p>> i don't know this man. pok. p>> well, i'm going hillary pclinton, i know her. p>> you know hillary clinton? p>> yeah, ok?
p>> all right, one primary vote pfor hillary. pshe says that her husband pencouraged everyone in their pfamily to vote for democrats and pher secret to a long life, she psays is eating well. pso, we can take that, you know, padvice for her, definitely.
p>> she looks like a million pbucks, absolutely. pcoming up next, there may be psnow on the ground, but now is pthe perfect time to start pthinking about your vegetable pgarden. phow you can start preparing. pfrom abc news/wmur republican pdebate. pwe're at st. anselm college with pthe last minute preparations punderway. perin: and this week's adopt a et is danny. pthe three-year-old beagle would pdo best in a home with assaults. phe loves riding in the car and pgoing on long walks. pyou can find out more about him (donkey noise) (elephant noise) (mic feedback) there's a big difference between making noise,
and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk. give us a plan. the american people can't afford to wait for ideas that sound good on paper... but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait. p we can make real progress, r right now for people p and families who need it. p i'm hillary clinton and i
p>> p>> welcome to today's grow it pgreen. p>> i'm joined by margaret hagan pfrom unh cooperative extension. pmargaret, it may seem pincongruous, but this could be pan exciting time for a gardner, pcan't it? p>> it can. pi like to plan things ahead and phelps me to look forward to pspring and ignore the snow. p>> good. pnow we're going to talk about
pbut before you actually put panything in the ground, there's psomething you had should do, pwhat's that? p>> probably the first thing you pneed to do once you choose your psite is to get your soil tested. pyou can get a soil testing kit pat a center or use the unh soil ptesting lab. pyou want the recommendation back pso you know what kind of lime pand fertilizer you need to do so pyou get the best growth. p>> if you've been doing it for a pfew years, you probably have a pgood idea what works and doesn't pwork. pif you're just starting out. plook at the seeds and all the pchoices. phow do i start to narrow it pdown? p>> well, i tell the beginning pvegetable gardeners to start psmall and build on their psuccesses. pthe other thing i mention to pthem, some of the easiest to pgrow crops cost the most at a pfarmer's market or growingry pstore and i tend to recommend pthose to people first, they
pother greens, squash is easy to pdo, green beans are easy to do pand everybody loves tomatoes. p>> now, i love tomatoes, but pi've got to tell you, especially pthe bigger ones, i have problems pwith diseases and stuff. pthat may not be easy for a
pbeginning gardner. p>> probably a cherry tomato is peasier than the beef steak, but pthey're worth it especially when pthey're $3.99 a pound. p>> you can buy a seed at a pgarden center that's well pstocked. pyou can use a number of pcategories. pthese are all within the new pengland northeast region. p>> is that important to buy your pseeds from an area, a particular parea or something like that. pi know we talk about hearty lants. p>> if you look at a seed packet, pit gives you the number of days pto harvest and we've usually got
pare frost-free and make sure you pdon't go over that. p>> there's a lot more to get pinto, but there are fact seats pas well that you can check out pand it will help as margaret psays, the winter go by a little pbit quicker.
pthat's it for today's grow it pgreen. p>> thanks, ray and margaret. p>> winter just started, really pthough. ptalking about tomatoes. p>> coming up in our next half phour of news 9 this morning. p>> in a few short hours, they'll pbe buzzing with activity for the pg.o.p. debate. pwe're live with a preview. p>> political climate. pwe're taking a look at issues pthe next president will face in poffice. p>> but first, we're going to ptake a look at your weekend pforecast, we're seeing a lot of
pwe'll be right bac p now it's new hampshire's turn, p and all america is watching tor see who we choose r in this dangerous time. r one man stands above. p he's not flashy, not rude... t he's steady, r he's tested and proven. r he's a president, which is what we need to make usr strong and safe again. r for america, jeb bush. pnright to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision p above the obstacles in place and lookr to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen.
but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an americapwhere after a lifetime of labor, there is timep for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defendsrour people and our values, but no longer carriesp so much of that burden alone. i knowrwe can create that america if we listen to our consciencet and our hearts and not to the punditstand the naysayers. r i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message,
p>> i'm erin fehlau. pthis is a live look for you out pat lake winnipesaukee. pas you can see, it's not really pfrozen. pwe haven't seen a lot of those ptemperatures. pthe teens and includes some snow pchances. pfirst the top stories, the prepublican candidates for resident are in new hampshire. reparing for the abc news/wmur pdebate. pit's the last one before the pfires in the first nation rimaries. pvoters at polling locations at olling stations across the pstate will have a new paccessibility option on tuesday. pa new system will provide ptablets and head phones for eople who are blind or visually pimpaired. pamy: a new market father facing rison after pleading guilty to pabusing his son, he admitted unching the baby in the head pthree times last march.
pit was coming and after several pdays of unseasonably warm ptemperatures. pmother nature brought this. proads filled with snow making pfor a slick drive. pmany towns and cities like pmanchester were under a snow pemergency and parking ban. pthat was the first snow day for pa lot of kids out there pyesterday. pso are we going to see more snow pahead of the primary? p>> there's more snow on the way pfor the upcoming week. pthis weekend though we get a pbreak and you can get out there pand finish doing any shovelling por snow blowing that you didn't pget to yesterday. pkeep in mind this morning, with pthe very cold temperatures, pthere's black ice out there this pmorning and don't let that psunshine fool you. pthere's plenty of sunshine to pstart the day. pthey're 10 degrees. pfew spots here and there to keep pin mind. pyou could have some slick spots pon the roads. ptemperatures in the teens, it's p9 in nashua right now. pwe recover into the 30's by this pafternoon with plenty of
pthe most in northern new phampshire with a few flurries or plight snow showers, the rest of pus stay dry out there. pthe forecast for today showing ptemperatures in the middle 30's pfor most of us, a few spots into pthe upper 30's by this pafternoon. pso a break this weekend, but we pwill be talking in a couple of pminutes with a few chances for psome snow in the upcoming week. p>> all right, josh, thank you. pall eyes are now on new phampshire as the first in the pnation primary is on the way. p>> the candidates will take the pstage in a debate sponsored by pabc news and wmur. phi, jen. p>> this is the proverbial calm pbefore the storm on the campus pof st. anselm college as people pwill descend upon it, leading up pto tonight when those seven prepublican candidates will pgather for the debate sponsored pby abc and wmur.
pdonald trump, senators ted cruz pand marco rubio, dr. ben carson, pformer governor jeb bush and pgovernor's chris christie and pjohn kasich are all expected to ptake the stage. pit's the last time the pcandidates will face-off before pthe first in the nation primary. pahead, the candidates have been pmaking stops in the granite pstate and some contenders are pthrowing
jabs at one another and pamong those doing it, well, jeb pbush and chris christie pcriticizing fellow republican pmarco rubio. p>> he'll be one of the people phere for sure, but you know, phe's gotten some momentum from piowa and i think that everybody phas to consider what that vote pmeans. pand i get asked about other pfolks and i'll talk about them. p>> tonight, we can expect to phear lots of lively exchanges pamong those g.o.p. candidates pand in the latest wmur cnn poll, pdonald trump is still in the plead followed by marco rubio, pbut more than half of those olled said they still haven't pmade up their minds.
plots of impressions to be made pin these last few days. preporting live in goffstown, pjennifer crompton, wmur news 9. pamy: thank you. pcs christy will meet with voters pin new bedford. phe went after bernie sanders and puse add audience member prepresenting taking money out of pone person's pocket and giving pit to another. p>> this morning, after saying phello to volunteers, he'll meet pwith voters at a diner. p>> and donald trump will be in pnew hampshire for the debate. plast night a rally in south pcarolina. ptrump returned home to new york pcity and said the snow canceled pa town hall in londonderry. p>> this
morning, former hewlett
phold a town hall. pshe said she decided to run pafter a rotary club meeting in pnew hampshire. pshe did not meet the network pcriteria for the debate. pshe has spent 50 days pcampaigning in the granite pstate. pand jim gilmore will hit the pdebate trail. phe did not meet the criteria for pthe daeb, but he'll continue on pin new hampshire bee spite that, pwith events scheduled through pthe primary
in the granite pstate. p>> tonight, the republicans will pdebate one last time before the pnew hampshire primary. pit gets underway at st. anselm pcollege at 8:00. pour own josh mcelveen will ask pthe candidates question. pspecial coverage kicks off at 5 .m. right here on wmur and on pour website and mobile app as pwell. p>> we have used the eight weeks pcounting down to new hampshire's rimary to look at eight key pissues in this election.
plooks at the political climate pthe next president will face. p>> it's a political vendetta. p>> outrageous witch hunt. patrocious. p>> how could anyone defend that? p>> where compromise is rare. p>> gridlock and dysfunction rule pthe day. p>> what's right is what's right. p>> you can't be serious about pthis? p>> the partisan warfare preflecting a deepening red-blue pdivide m america, don't walk in phere and it will me. pdon't go there. p>> partisan rancor is nothing pnew, but is widening. prepublicans more conservatives, pdemocrats more liberal, the pcenter is shrinking. p>> what happened? p>> can the next president be a punifying force? p>> it's a pipe dream. p>> it's a pledge presidential pcandidates often make. p>> i'm a uniter not a divider. p>> until the realities of the poffice intrude.
poffice and write his own laws. p>> it will only happen if we fix pour own politics. p>> a notion that you can unite pthe country as a promise is more pillusion than reality. p>> maybe that's ok, some say. p>> sure, there have been major pbipartisan achievements in pdecades past, but it's not palways the case that the country pmakes progress simply when the arties and people of good will pcome together. p>> says sometimes things can get pdone with one party in charge pthough the other side doesn't plike it. pthe bush tax cut. pwall street reform, and pobamacare, to name a few. p>> the bipartisan policy center pset up a 29 member commission to pstudy polarization in america, pamong the recommendations that pthe president hold regular pmonthly meetings with pcongressional leaders. pin washington, i'm sally kidd. p>> tuesday's promissory will phave a new system available for pvisually impaired voters. pone for all provides tablets and phead phones for people who are
pit has audio instructions how to pcast your ballot. pwhen you're done a hard copy is psubmitted to the voting machine. p>> if you're not registered to pvote, you can register at the olls on tuesday, you'll have to pshow proof of identity, age, pcitizenship and where you live. pundeclared voters will be pallowed to choose either a pdemocrat or a republican ballot. pit is too late to change your arty affiliation for tuesday's pvote. pyou'll find the registration prules and information on polling psites posted at polling sites on pwmur.com. p>> right now a family and pcommunity are mourning after a plittle girl dies in a tragic paccident. pofficials say 6-year-old kaley pkenyan rushed outside with her pdad and older brother to shovel pthe driveway after the heavy psnowfall when a large tree limb pbroke from the weight of the psnow and landed on top of the pkindergartener pkindergartener. pfamily lifted the branch off of
pshe died after being taken to pthe hospital. perin: a new market father is pgoing to prison after pleading pguilty to hitting his son. pthe 26-year-old admitted to unching the baby in the head pthree times. pdoctors
discovered not only a pfractured skull and bleeding on pthe brain, but healing fractures pof the baby's ribs, arms, legs, pand toes. p>> he said that he would get pfrustrated with the baby because pof the constant crying and have pto care for him and he would psqueeze the baby extremely tight pto his body until he stopped pcrying. phe at that stated that he pgrabbed and squeezed the legs pand feet of the baby extremely phard when he was changing him. pmay. pamy: right now, officials in phampton are monitoring and pconducting tests for bacteria
pthe sewer main failure caused pwaste matter into the area. pand hampton beach. pcruise pcruise-- pcrews found that on tuesday. presults from water samples show pthere's no danger of holding the enguin plunge, which is this pweekend. p>> it is, they're plunging today pand tomorrow and i can't imagine pdoing that, but it's for a great pcause for special olympics. p>> it great, yeah, coming up pnext, super bowl 50 is a day paway and the preview of the big pgame. pthat's
ahead in sports. p>> and those temperatures are pmilder today. pmid and upper 30's common ptemperatures around the granite pstate. pdecent amount of sunshine and pclouds and flurries.
pnow meteorologist josh judge pwith your forecast. pjosh: we've got sunshine out pthere and temperatures on the prise for today and tomorrow and pheaded back downwards. pthis is an interesting shot of pweir's beach. pyou can see here an interesting psnow pattern over the ice that's pthere, but you can also see pright there, that's the freezing pline and you can see that this parea of snow closest to the pbottom of the screen there, this pis all open water.
pacross northern new hampshire, pthere's the mountains as we look pnorth and clouds there, but psunshine everywhere else. ptemperatures in the teens, 19 pthere at the lakes region and pteens everywhere else. p10 in concord, 9 in nashua and p17 over at the seacoast. pall right, let's take a look pwatching closely. retty good. plots of sunshine and some clouds phampshire. p30's today. p30's to low 40's tomorrow. pbut a much colder week ahead as pour weather pattern tips down pinto weather we haven't had all pwinter. pwe'll follow one coastal low on pmonday, could bring us afternoon por evening snow and a second one pfrom tuesday into wednesday and pboth of these are sort of pzig-zaging back and forth a plittle bit on our charts.
penough swipes to bring us snow pand others that they miss you pgo. pnorth new hampshire clouds and peverywhere else we'll see psunshine. pwe'll see northern new phampshire, more clouds and pchance of snow flurries at ptimes. phigh pressure keeping us in retty good shape for the pweekend ahead. pno worries there, but as we get pto the upcoming week, things to pchange. pfor today, there's the clouds pand flurries possible to the pnorth, otherwise, a mix of psunshine and clouds today. pclear to partly cloudy, not pquite as chilly tonight and then pas we go through the day on psunday, more flurries possible pin the mountains. pthis is sunday night into monday pand that first storm system will ptake a wider view here and makes pa close pass at us and could pspread some snow in for monday pafternoon and into monday night. pit's possible we could see a pcouple of inches accumulating in pcentral and southern new phampshire. pmonday night again, a high level pof unfortunate, exactly how pclose the systems come, even as pthey're out to sea they trigger
patmosphere to give us snow like pyou're seeing here. pwe're following that closely and pshould have much better clarity, ptonight into tomorrow. ptemperatures today in the mid to pupper 30's. pit looks nice out there and it pwill be sunshine reflecting off. pit will be very bright because psnow. phighs in the upper 30's and plower 40's and again, watching pclosely, monday, tuesday, pwednesday, thursday, the chance pof light snow. peven if the storms miss us out pto sea, could trigger enough pinstability to cause light snow pfor a couple of inches here and pthere. pwe'll track this closely and a phigh degree of uncertainty and pimportance on tuesday. p>> definitely. pall right, thanks, josh. perin: that's for sure. pamy: it's 7:47, a top stories, a pnew market father faces prison pafter admitting to abusing his pson, santana admitted to unching the baby in the head pthree times.
pwill hit the stage one more time pbefore the first in the nation rimary. pdonald trump, senators cruz and prubio, and dr. ben carson, jeb pbush, and john kasich are pexpected on the stage. pamy: and bernie sanders and phillary clinton shared the stage pfor the last time. pour polls show the vermont psenator is maintaining a lead pover the former secretary of pstate. p>> now, news 9 sports. p>> a big win for the celtics who phave now won eight of the last pnine games. ptaking on the leaders. pthree-from the point, he puts pcleveland up by 9. pceltics then at the other end, pkick it out to avery bradley pwith a quick release for three pfor boston, but a quick outlet ass by cleveland and irving plays it in just like that, 19 oints. pceltics trailed by 15 in the pfirst half.
pa double-double. pboston down by 6 at halftime. pbradley misses the three in the pthird quarter. pknocks it down the second time paround. pand fourth tied at 94. plebron james a strong move to pthe lane, bucket and foul and he phad a game high 30 points. pboston down by two in the final pseconds and bradley for the win pfrom the corner, and he gets it. phe had 14 points, but none pbigger than those three. pceltics win on a buzzer beater, p104-103, huge win for boston plast night. pgood college hockey games. punh and dartmouth. pgave boston college all they pcould handle at chestnut hill. pauburn's zack sanford scored. pand they'll play at 8th ranked plowell tonight. pdartmouth and the bulldogs ran paway with that one 5-1.
pjust a way away from super bowl p50. pthe panthers and the broncos pmeet sunday night at 6:30, both pteams wrapped up preparations pwith practices on friday. pall 53 players on each roster articipating in practice, so psome of those centers should not pbe a factor. pcam newton will likely be the pmvp peyton manning likely in his plast game. lenty of story lines, should be pa good one. pat last point the panthers were psix-point favorites. p>> everything leading up and to, pall you see is panther bronco pconversations on tv and it's phard not to take it in. pi've got to keep saying it's a pdream come true and hopefully we pget, you know, we are prepared pcome sunday. p>> it's a special opportunity pand i think our players punderstand that, we're embracing pthat, at the same time we're pgetting prepared to play a preally good team on sunday. p>> all right, that's sports. phave a great saturday. pamy: thank you, jason.
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pwelcome back. pconcerns about the sika virus pand the florida's governor makes pa declaration. pthey're asking president obama pto come up with a comprehensive lan for the virus overseas and pin the united states. pmore than a dozen states pconfirmed cases. pin hawaii a newborn suffered pbrain damage linked to zika pvirus. phealth officials are concerned pthat the virus will spread. p>> i think it's quite prudent to redict that zika will continue pto spread around the world, 30 pcountries to today and the pnumber will increase psignificantly. p>> in most people it causes mild psymptoms. pzika has become a health concern pbecause of possible links to pbirth defects. p>> wikileaks founder julian
pand london since 2012, trying to pavoid extradition to sweden pwhere he's wanted for pquestioning on rape allegations. pin a video conference, he feels pvindicated by the u.n.'s pdecision. p>> the united nations working pgroup attention is the world's pexpert body in understanding the plaw of the-- pof when someone is to be pdetained or not detained. p>> right now sweden is rejecting pthe u.n.'s group findings. pasange fears in he's extradited pto sweden he'll eventually be pextradited to the u.s. to face pcharges about secrets. p>> h.b.o. acquired tv rights to p"jim", the james foley story. pit was screened at the sundance pfilm festival.
p>> edgar mitchell has died. pmoon. phis daughter says he died after pa brief illness. phe was 85 years old. p>> it was 45 years ago that alan pshepard walked on the moon
part pof the lunar mission. pthere's displays that celebrate phis accomplishments in the rogram. pthe most significant. p>> for one thing they brought phome an amazing amount of moon procks that are still being plooked at today and we're still pfinding out new scientific pdiscoveries from the moon rocks pthat alan shepard brought back. p>> he's only one of 12 people pever to set foot on the moon. pof the new hampshire first pnation primary. pthe fat tuesday 5k scheduled for pthis tuesday night has now been ostponed to saturday the 13th
pthe race will still begin on elm pstreet. pmillennium running is expecting prunners, and that was on primary pday and apparently that wasn't pgoing to fly with a lot of eople. pjosh: well, we closed down roads pyesterday because of the snow. pno problem this weekend. pbut this coming week, not saying pwe'll be hit by them about you pthey could brush by and give us psome snow and if they're closing pthere will be more snow. pthere are uncertainties and pday or two. pamy: we're counting on you to do pjosh: do some ironing. pthings. pthe top
stories coming up next, prepublican candidates will take pthe stage in a few hours. pwe are live with a preview. perin: also, the democrats take pthe stage one final time before
pstage one last time and held plast night and what voters think pabout their big decision this ptuesday. p>> after a snowy end to the pforecast. p>> no one covers new hampshire plike we do. pnow, wmur news 9 this morning. p>> good morning, new hampshire, p8:00 on saturday, february 6th. pi'm amy coveno. perin: i'm erin fualaau. pwe're hours away from the pdebate. pthe candidates did not let that pinterrupt their campaigning. p>> first first lady barbara bush lowed through the wet snow with pher son jeb, stopping in to a pdiner yesterday. pbut getting around the snow pwasn't that easy for many. pit made for tricky travel and on
pdriver was hit from behind with panother driver and brought ptogether with a leg injury. p>> hope they're ok. pwhat can we expect as we pcountdown to the debate. p>> josh judge looks at our pforecast for today. p>> yes, good morning, ladies. pit's a cold start. pwe started off with single pdigits in some parts of the pstate and teens everywhere else. p>> that means that the snow and pice really froze solid last pnight. pthere could be spots of black pice. pthe sea coast, sunshine, pbeautiful looking out your pwindow. pbundle up. pwe'll take the teens and turn pthem into 30's. psome clouds in northern new phampshire and flurries in the pnorthern part of the state as pthis disturbance rolls through pand tomorrow that chance as pwell. phighs between 34 and 38 and pbright and seasonably cool and pbrighter as the sun reflects off pall of that brand new snow. pcould there be more snow in our
pwe'll talk about the week ahead pafter this weekend in just a pcouple of minutes. p>> right now, republican residential hopefuls are pgearing up to take the stage one pmore time. p>> the seven candidates seen phere will gather for the deputy psponsored by abc news at st. panselm college. pgood morning, jen. p>> the campus is finally coming pto life and we've seen some pstudents stirring and media pmilling about. pthings will get a whole lot pbusier as the day wears on, pleading to tonight when seven prepublican candidates take to pthe debate stage for their final pface-off before granite staters ptake to the polls on tuesday. pnow, invitations were sent out pto donald trump, and senators pted cruz and marco rubio, dr. pben carson, former governor jeb pbush and governors chris
pcandidates have been hitting the pcampaign trail in full force, ptrying to gain voter approval. pat an event in salem ted cruz poutlined his plans for obamacare pif he's elected president. p>> stood and suffered the slings pand arrows to take on obamacare, pi'll tell you this, if i am pelected president, we will prepeal every word of obamacare. p>> the latest wmur-cnn poll pnumbers show that donald trump pis topping the field with 28% of pthe likely republican voters psupporting him and senator marco prubio follows him at 17%. pstill, more than half of those plikely republican voters haven't pdecided yet and half of the pindependent voters still don't pknow which ballot they're going pto take. pso, the race on both sides pappears to be anybody's game at pthis point. plooking ahead to tonight,
pgrounds of st. anselm college. pback to you. pamy: thank you. pthe candidates running closest pbehind donald trump all held ptown hall meetings last night. prepublican candidate john kasich pheld his 100th town hall in pbedford and brought along star ower, former new england atriot and super bowl champ pmichael vrable. pmarco rubio posed for pictures pwith every voter in line at his ptown hall. p>> been to every primary, can't pcount how many candidates i've pseen. p>> i seen jeb bush last night pand chris christie and donald ptrump and wanted to see what pmarco had to say. pamy: talk about an informed pelectorate, right? pjohn kasich has events planned pin manchester around noon before ptonight's debate. perin: marco rubio picked up panother endorsement. pformer candidate bobby jindal phas endorsed him. phe suspended his campaign in pnovember.
pto endorse rubio this week. pformer pennsylvania rick psantorum endorsed him. pamy: jeb bush will hold a town phall before the debate. pafter a full day of campaigning pin concord and encouraged voters pto stay strong during the race. p>> thank you all for coming. pwe're nearing decision time and pi'm excited about that. pamy: lindsey graham dropped his pown bid for the nomination and pbarbara bush joined him for a pnumber of events. perin: remember that wmur is your psource for the latest commitment p2016 coverage. pbe sure to join us tonight for pthe abc news-wmur debate. pour josh mcelveen will be on the anel asking questions. pit starts on wmur and wmur.com
pwe will have complete coverage pwith a special of news and a pwrap-up at 11:00. ptomorrow, special programming pbreak down the debate and psetting the stage for primary pweek. pat 10:00 we'll have a live hour plong edition of close-up. pthis week with george pstephanopoulos will have more panalysis at noon, followed by p"matter of fact", on the pdemocratic side, hillary clinton pand bernie sanders shared a pstage for the last time. pthe vermont senator is pmaintaining his sizable lead pover the former secretary of pstate. p30 percentage points separate pthe two. pvoters say they've not yet pfirmly committed to a candidate. pthey had another chance to make ptheir case to the candidates. pwmur's mike cronin was there and phas the story.
pverizon wireless arena for the pmcintyre shaheen 100 club dinner pwhere hillary clinton and psenator bernie sanders made one phampshire. psenator sanders drew cheers when phe vowed to make sure that 2010 pcitizen's united ruling gets poverturned. p>> this government of ours pbelongs to all of us, not a phandful of wealthy campaign pcontributors. p>> sanders defended his records psaying he voted against the pdefense of marriage act and the piraq war again though they pweren't popular votes at the ptime. p>> leadership is about standing pup and being counted when the ptimes are rough. p>> hillary clinton recognized psanders lead in the polls of new phampshire, but asked voters to ptake another look. p>> i
am going to compete for pevery vote here. pi'll answer every question, i'll psupport. p>> clinton promised to fight for
psafe and be the leader america pneeds. p>> this is the big est gest job pinterview in the world, my pfriends, and you should hold us paccountable. pi'm a progressive who likes to pget things done. p>> though many new hampshire pvoters remain undecided, the pmajority in this crowd have
pchosen their candidate. p>> finally, here is the olitician that really does get pit and is honest and authentic, pas the integrity. p>> already done so much for our pkids and low income families pthat are struggling and she's phopefully going to bring the pmiddle class back. p>> mike cronin, wmur news 9. p>> certainly a grueling process pno matter how you slice it. p>> i know, bernie sanders's pvoice is showing how hard he's pworking on the campaign trail. pamy: for sure. pcoming up this morning, an pearthquake strikes taiwan and
p>> good morning, and welcome pback. plook at all of that fresh new psnow out there downtown pmanchester where it's 17 pdegrees. pa chilly start out there with pblack ice on the road. pbe extra cautious this morning. ptemperatures will rise though pand we'll see sunshine
for now. pwe'll talk about next week in a pfew minutes. p>> new this morning, three eople are presumed dead after ptwo small planes collided just poff the coast in california. pit happened outside of port los pangeles 3:30 yesterday. pthe coast card says there have pbeen no signs of life. pdespite a massive search effort, psome debris has been recovered, pincluding a log book. pauthorities in new york city are pworking to determine the cause
p>> one person was killed and pthree people injured when the pcrane fell. pworkers were trying to lower the pboom when it fell. pit crashed several cars. ptoday officials will discuss the pcity's response and recovery pactions. pamy: right now rescuers in ptaiwan continue to search for pthe survivors of an earthquake. pa 6.4 magnitude caused a high prise to collapse. pit hit around 4 a.m. local time pso most of the people inside pthat high rise were sleeping. pat least five people were killed pand search crews pulled more pthan 200 survivors from the pwreckage. perin: we have the heavy snow pweighing down on our limbs, i'm pkind of surprised there weren't pmore power outages. pjosh: there were some last pnight, but they got them back pon, but could there be more snow pin our future? pthat's the question we're pasking. pamy: it's 8:13.
pnow beautiful blue skies with pclouds brushed cross them in pbridge water in bright pconditions. p21 degrees, temperature slowly prising, some areas made it down pinto the single digits and even pin southern new hampshire povernight, but we're rebounding pthanks to that sunshine now and pwe will be headed into the 30's pby this afternoon. psome areas getting well into the p30's. pthe almanac showing the average phigh for today about 33 for pconcord so we'll go a little pabove that, but this upcoming pweek
after a mild weekend we go pright back down into cold pterritory again and a few storm pchances as well. pwe'll go through those. plet's look at the satellite. pa lot of sunshine, southern new phampshire, but a chance for pclouds and flurries coming pthrough. pwe've only got the chance for pflurries in northern new phampshire both today and ptomorrow. pother than that a lot of psunshine. pas i mentioned temperatures pabove average for this weekend, pbut that's when things will pchange. pwe'll take you through
pwith a look at sun and clouds pand some flurries to the north pand temperatures today in the p30's, pretty much state wide. pfor tonight, clear to partly pcloudy, no problems, not as cold pas last night and tomorrow, back pwith more sunshine and a slight pchance of flurries. psome snow. pit will be out to sea and enough pinstability coming close enough pthere could be some afternoon or pevening snow
on monday and there pcould be some small paccumulation. pthere's uncertainty for this pupcoming week, monday, tuesday, pand two systems both of them off pshore. pthe storm system, quite a bit poff shore, but enough to perhaps pfire off light snow or periods pof snow or snow showers monday pafternoon and evening, that one ulls away and another one pops pup on tuesday during the day and pthat could bring a good
psnow tuesday afternoon, tuesday pnight into wednesday morning. pif it backs closer to us, again, pstill some uncertainty on this, pit could be more snow than that. pright now it makes a pass close penough to bring us maybe nor psnow in the eastern paf of the pstate than the western half, but pthen that pulls away as well. pthose are the two snow chances pand storm chances for this pupcopping week and certainly pthose two storms will be
out pthere to sea. pthe only question, are they 50 pmiles out to sea or 50 miles pcloser to us and that could make pthe changes r difference in the pworld. pin the mid to upper 30's for ptomorrow. pupper 30's and even lower 40's pin some spots as you can see pthere, but a big change for the pupcoming week. ptemperatures in the 20's for pmost of the week with those pchances at least for snow, snow pshowers or flight snow off and pon monday through about pthursday. p>> all right. pthe final countdown is on to ptonight's republican debate at pst. anthem college.
pdean to talk about the debate. pthey've been debating so many ptimes. pis what they say having an pimpact on tuesday? p>> it could, i think everybody pis looking for some big moment pthat might leave the race to ivot. pwe look for the big moments and pit gets people excited about pgetting out there and voting on ptuesday. p>> who has the most to lose ptonight? p>> there are a number of people. pi think there is some concern pamong the trump campaign that phis support is softening. p>> christie and bush if they pdon't do well, maybe they'd have pto drop out. pa number. p>> marco rubio seems to have pgotten a bump from iowa and psurging right now. pwhat does he have to do tonight. p>> everybody is going to be pgunning for him tonight. pthe last few days he's been hit phard particularly by those pgovernors who all are staking ptheir claim here. pso, he'll probably have a rough pnight. pi think he needs to hang in
pcontinue to build on his pmomentum that we're clearly pseeing. perin: you think we'll see a pnumber of people dropping out pafter tuesday? p>> probably, but with the super acs, some of them john kasich psays if he doesn't win he'll be pout and chris christie, the psame. perin: with the polls-- p>> they're all over the place psome have bernie sanders up 20, p30 points. p>> and some polls have him up pmore like 5 to 10 polls. pi think that race will tighten pand it's going to be hard to pknow, depend on turnout. pweather could affect it and pother factors that go into pwhether or not people show up to pvote. perin: real quick, what do you pthink what's going on here this pcampaign season? p>> it's been pretty wild, articularly this republican prace with so many candidates, pyou know, some spending a lot of eople here, but some leaders phave not spent all that much ptime here. pso, it says a lot-- ptells us a lot about where we pare in terms of retail politics pand the way that we select
perin: dean, thank you so much. pwe'll talk to you in the next phalf hour. pamy, back to you. pamy: coming up next, it's going pto be a chilly weekend. pif you're looking for a rm with pa way to wake up this morning. pwe'll show you where to find pthis hearty skillet breakfast. pin news 9, we're less than 20 phours away from the abc news prepublican debate. pwe're live at the college with pthe last minute r one of the areas that r i've been particularlyt interested in ris the area of children. we intend to be sure thatr everybody in this room and every child in this statet is somebody. no matter where they're born,pno matter to whom they are born. ri want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or herr god-given potential. r i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton,
phello, everybody, it's cold and pwe need comfort food. pgive us an idea at marjie's what pyou're doing. p>> we're doing a power stroke pskillet. pit's got a lot of ingredients. pi've pre-cooked some stuff to pmake it go quick. ut in hash browns that are re-cooked. p>> looks good. p>> onions and peppers. p>> a lot going on. p>> a few, yeah. p>> strapping on my seat belt. p>> and steak tips and sausage. p>> this is a special going on pthis weekend? p>> this weekend at marjie's, 172 phayward street. pand a jalapeno to give it a plittle extra there, definitely. pour phone number 627-7777 and we pdo takeouts all weekend.
pwho want to sit around in their ajamas all day to get comfort pfood. p>> you took that up a little pbit. p>> we're going to saute' this up pa little. p>> turn up your smell-o-vision, pspokes, smells nice in here. p>> we've got eggs we're going to pstart and top it with cheese and peggs at the end of this. p>> oh, boy. p>> are you allowed to put that pmany ingredients in one dish? p>> we do. p>> you brought some other things pand what other things do you poffer? p>> chilly and cheese, but we're pgoing to have a finished product ptoday. pwe have ya ya's fetta cheese, ita, peta, i don't know how to psay it right. p>> burgers there. p>> fresh fish, every friday pfresh fish, scallops, haddock, pshrimp. p>> what if i want to walk in at p4:00 in afternoon. p>> unfortunately we're closed at
p>> you can get breakfast. p>> six days a week and 7 to 1 on psundays. pwe're going to scramble eggs and padd pepper jack cheese on top of pthis, and give it another little pstir real quick. p>> are you sure we want to do pin? p>> i do. p>> what's it called again? p>> the power stroke skillet. pwe're running it all weekend. p>> you're going to get a lot of eople coming in. p>> i hope so. pwe'll get some eggs on top after pwe're done here. p>> you've got all kinds of jumpy pdiner food there. p>> homemade meatloaf. pfresh, different soups. pand i always forget everything pi'm supposed to say, but-- p>> because you're busy cooking, pmarjie's dream diner.com and you pcan find you guys on facebook, ptoo, right. p>> on facebook. p>> because i'm sure when you're pcooking you go over and update pfacebook and continue cooking? p>> that's the boss's job.
pand turn this down a little. p>> and that's it? p>> that's it right there. p>> u easy, marjie's dream pdiner.com. p>> where are you located one pmore time. p>> 172 hayward street. pit's kind of by-- poff of valley and union kind of pright in the middle. p>> lots of yummy things there. p>> it's a blue building, look plike a house, kind of, a cozy lace. p>> we want to say hi to rick, ptoo. pappreciate it, that does it for pus.
p>> no one covers new hampshire plike we do. pnow, wmur news 9 this morning. pamy: good morning, i'm amy pcoveno. perin: i'm erin fehlau and this pis a live look at hampton beach. pwe're seeing temps out there in pthe teens. pbright sunshine though and we do phave some chances for snow in pthe forecast for next week.
pbut first, today's top stories. pthe republican candidates for resident are in new hampshire ptoday preparing for tonight's pabc news, wmur debate. pit's the final one before the pfirst in the nation primary on ptuesday and you can watch that pdebate at 8:00 on wmur and pwmur.com. pvoters at polling locations pacross the state will have a new paccessibility option tuesday. pa new system will provide ptablets and head phones for eople who are blind or visually pimpaired. pamy: a new market father faces pup to 50 years in prison off pbeing accused of abusing his pthree-month-old son. padmit today punching the baby in pthe head last march. perin: after several days of punseasonably warm temperatures pand rain, mother nature brought pin a taste of winter to the pgranite state. proads filled up with snow making pfor a slick drive.
pmanchester were under a snow pemergency. arking ban until early this pmorning. pit's a long weekend for many pkids because they had the day poff yesterday and more snow is pon the way. p>> yeah, everything looks so pbeautiful. pthe parking ban has been listed. pthat came through on e-mail. plet's go over to josh for the pforecast. p>> we've got a beautiful start pto our weekend and most looks pnice. pthere are more chances for show pas we head into the upcoming pweek. pmeredith 21 degrees, bright
psunshine reflecting off some of pthe ice and open water there, pbut this upcoming week after pthis weekend will look colder. pwe may get some freezing going pon on some of the lakes finally. pit was very cold and single pdigits in some locations. pclouds in northern new hampshire pand there will be some snow pflurries in the mountains and oints north as this disturbance pcrosses north. pthe rest of the state stays dry.
pmilder tomorrow before we plunge pback down
again with some snow pchances, i've got the lowdown on pthat in a couple of minutes. p>> all right, josh, all eyes are pnow on nom as the first in the pnation primary is days away now. p>> the candidates will meet the pfinal time before the primary. pthey're taking part in a debate. pjennifer crompton is live poutside of our highly panticipated debate. pit's brisk, and beautiful and pquiet here on the campus at pbeautiful st. anselm college. pit's going to get a whole lot pnoisier as seven republican pcandidates get together for that pdebate sponsored by abc news and pwmur tv. pdonald trump, senators ted cruz pand marco rubio, dr. ben carson, pformer governors chris christie pand john kasich are all expected pto take the stage. pthis is the last time the pcandidates will face off before pthe first in the nation primary
pcandidates have been making pstops in the granite state popening to gain that voter papproval and some contenders, pwell, they're throwing jobs at pone another. pjeb bush and
chris christie pamong them criticizing fellow prepublican marco rubio. p>> he will be one of the people phearing about, sure, he's gotten psome momentum from iowa and eople have to consider what pthat votes mean, but i got asked pabout other folks, i'll talk pabout them. p>> tonight, we can expect a lot pof lively exchange between those pg.o.p. hopefuls. pin the latest wmur cnn poll, pdonald trump remains in the plead. pmarco rubio behind him by about p10 or 11 points. pbut in the bigger picture of it pall, more than half of those olled say they don't know who pthey're going to vote for and phalf of those independent voters olled still don't know which pbattle they're going to take. pall eyes on the next few days in
preporting live from the pbeautiful campus from goffstown, pjennifer crompton, wmur news 9. pamy: looks beautiful there, pindeed. pthanks, jen. pchris christie will meet in pbedford ahead of the debate. plast night the new jersey pgovernor went off bernie sanders pat a town hall in salem and used pan audience member to help prepresents sanders taking money pout of one person's pocket to pgive an another. pand this morning, ben carson lans to be in manchester after pvolunteers. pdiner. p>> donald trump will be back in pdebate. psouth carolina. ptrump returned home to new york pcity thursday night and said pthat the snow forced him to pcancel a friday morning town phall in londonderry. pit was his only stop that had pyesterday. pthis morning, former hp ceo pcarly fiorina will hold a town
pyesterday, she held a number of pevents. pshe said she decided to run for resident after a rotary club pstate. pshe did not meet the criteria pfor the abc-wmur debate. pshe's spent 15 days in new phampshire. pformer governor jim gilmore will pcontinue hitting the campaign ptrail through the granite state. phe also did not meet the pcriteria for the debate. phe will keep on campaigning pdespite that with a schedule pthrough new hampshire through pthe primary. p>> well, the republican debate pis tonight and this morning, we pare lucky enough to be joined by olitical analyst what we can pexpect to see tonight. pthank you for coming in early. pthis is a biz season for you. pwhat should we look for. phow will tonight sort of stand pout? p>> there's a lot of panticipation. pthis is the candidates' last pchance to have an impact on pvoting on tuesday.
pi think a lot of people are pwondering whether donald trump's psupport is softening and marco prubio's surge. pwe've got three governors, pkasich, christie and cruz. pthey haven't seen
them elsewhere pin iowa. p>> what are we looking for pdonald trump? p>> we'll see how much he wants pto reinsert himself in the pconversation. pjust having him on stage will pchange the dynamic. phow aggressive he'll be, if he pgoes after marco rubio, who is pchallenging him now. pbut he's had back and forth with pted cruz. pamy: who has make or break? p>> certainly donald trump, if he ploses tonight, he'll be pemboldened.
pcandidacies here, particularly pchris christie and jn kasich and pjeb bush as well. pif they don't do well, i think plie drop out. pamy: crossing over to the side, pclinton. pthere's a double digit lead for pbernie sanders. pis that number maybe not as psolid as people think it is? p>> i think the clinton campaign pis hoping they'll have a replay pof the magic in '08. pin '08 she was down 8 to 11 oints depending on the poll in pthe last weekend and won. pthis one is all over the map. pwe've got some polls, bernie up p5 to 10. pand if it will close. pwill she claim victory even if pshe loz loses to him if she ploses by a few points. pamy: all right, thank you. perin, over to you. perin: tonight the republicans pwill debate one last time before pthe primary gets underway at st. panselm college tonight.
pspecial coverage particulars off pat 5 p.m. here on wmur and also pon our website, wmur.com and our pmobile app. pthe red-hot celtics took the pfirst place cavaliers on right pnow and down to the wire last pnight in cleveland. psee the game-winning buzzer pbeater next in sports. p>> we have' got bright sunshine, plook for the temperatures to be pthe mid 30's. pmilder tomorrow. pthere's uncertainty and could be
pice in some locations because of pthe cold temperatures we saw plast night. pbe careful of that. p17 in downtown manchester and pteens everywhere. psome areas got into the single pdigits overnight, but have precovered and will continue to pdo so with all of that sunshine. pthe winds have calmed quite a pbit from yesterday when they pwere gusty as well. pand so, it's going to be calm pand bright for today, not a bad pday, you can see northern new phampshire has clouds and those pclouds could sprout some snow pshowers or flurries as this pdisturbance brushes us just in pnorthern new hampshire. phigh pressure keeping it away pfrom most of us and pushing it pup into canada. pwe could see some flurries today pand tomorrow in the north pcountry. phigh pressure does exactly what pyou'd expect and brings us retty nice weekend for now, panyway, but things do get a plittle bit more unsettled for pthe upcoming week.
psun and clouds mix, light winds pand fairly comfortable, mid to pmaybe upper 30's in some plocations today, tonight, clear pskies and then tomorrow, clear pto start and a few clouds mix pin, more clouds again in the pflurries. pbut next up on monday, the first pof two weather systems that make pa very close all at us. plook at what one of our kaputer pmodels does. pbring in snows monday afternoon por evening, and still, a bit of pa question mark, how much. pdo we just get a dusting? ossibly up to an inch or two pfrom the snow. pand keep in mind we're following pthat. pwe're tracking two systems, the pfirst i he mentioned on monday, pand it's not a direct hit. pthere is enough instability to ptrigger the low. pthat storm pulls away and panother one pops out of here and pmaybe making a closer pass at
pbeen tracking for a week for pelection day, and this storm pwill be moving through tuesday pnight and afternoon into pwednesday morning. pright now, it looks like it pcould bring some light snow and peastern half of the state pbecause you're closer to it. pbut each model run pushes it pfarther away and westward. pso we'll watch it today and see pcertainty. pwe can tell you there's a chance pof light snow on primary day. phighs today in the mid to upper p30's with a good amount of psunshine. pnot as cold for tonight. pmilder for tomorrow as ptemperatures reach the upper p30's and lower 40's with plenty pof sunshine again tomorrow. pa nice weekend and then things pget much colder for the week pahead and as i was spending a plot of time talking about, there pcould be some snow at times, pstill a few question marks, but pit's looking like at least some pweek.
aying attention? p>> just testing you. p>> done a little purchase about rimary day snow, too. p>> you know what? pthere could be some and there phas been a few primaries where pthere's been allday snowstorms. p>> and the impacts and results. p>> it's a big, interesting thing pto follow. p>> all right. p>> thanks, josh. p>> we've used the eight weeks pcounting down to the primary to plook at eight key issues in this pelection. p>> this morning, sally kidd plooks at the political climate pthe next president will face. p>> it's a political vendetta. p>> outrageous witch hunt. p>> in congress. p>> nothing is short of patrocious. phow could anyone defend that. p>> where compromise is rare. p>> repulsive and repugnant. p>> gridlock rules the day. p>> what is right is what is pright. p>> you can't be serious about pthis. p>> the partisan warfare preflecting a deeper red-blue pdivide in america. p>> don't walk in here and tell pme.
p>> partisan rancor is nothing pnew, but the research finds that pthe political gulf is widening pthe last 20 years. prepublicans more conservative, pdemocrats more liberal, the pcenter is shrinking. p>> can the next president be a punifying force? p>> that's a pipe dream. p>> i'm a uniter not a divider. p>> until the realities of the poffice intrude. p>> he thinks he can write his pown laws. p>> and we have to fix our olitics. p>> and it's more of an illusion pthan reality. pbut maybe that's ok, some say. p>> sure, there have been major pbipartisan achievements in pdecades past, but it's not palways the case that the country pmakes progress simply when the arties and people of goodwill pcome together. psometimes big things can get pdone with one party in charge pthough the other side doesn't plike it. pthe bush tax cut, wall street
p>> the bipartisan policy center pset up a 29 member commission to pstudy polarization in america. pamong the recommendation that pthe president hold regular pmonthly meetings with pcongressman leaders. pin washington, i'm sally kidd. p>> now, news 9 sports. p>> hey, everyone, the celtics pnow won eight of their last nine pbasketball games. pa huge win last night against pthe conference. pon the road at cleveland pcavaliers, the cavs jumped out pto an early lead. pkevin love left alone from three pto the point, he knocks it down pand put cleveland up by 9. pceltics kicked it out to bradley pand quick release and he knocks pdown a three from the celtics, pbut a quick outlet pass by pcleveland and kyrie irving lays pit in. pceltics trailed by 15 in the pfirst half. pand chipped away, turner with a preverse lay-up. pboston down by 6 at halftime. pthird quarter, bradley misses
pknocks it down the second time paround. pceltics take a one point lead. pfourth quarter now tied at 94 pand lebron james with a bick 30 pto
go, strong move through the plane and gets the bucket and the pfoul. p97-94 cavs. pboston down two in the final pseconds and bradley for the win pfrom the corner and he got it 14 oints for bradley, celtics win pit with a last second buzzer pbeater, 104-103. pnight. lymouth hosting john stark. pbobcats in the white uniforms, pnolan runs the floor, splits the pdefense and scores. pjohn stark tough on defense phere, they get the steal here pand ahead to chase patterson pwith a nice move and a finish at pthe other end. pgood basketball game went down pto the wire, but plymouth holds pon to win, 40-38. psome good college hockey teams plast night.
pthe wildcats lost a tough one at pnumber 4. pboston college 4-3. pauburn, zack's sanford scored a pgoal for boston college. punh will play at 8th ranked pu-mass lowell tonight. pdartmouth, excuse me, they were p20th ranked team taking on pnumber 11 yale, and yale ran paway with that one. p5-1. pthe big green will play at brown ptonight. pthe monarchs back at home ptonight with some bink ice pwaiting for them. pmonarchs and catholic medical pcenter hosting the pink in the prink. pto raise funds for awareness of pbreast cancer. pand they will be able for walks pto benefit the breast care pcenter. pwe're two days away-- por one day away, rather from psuper bowl 50. anners thers and broncos meet. pall 53 players and each prochester participating.
pwith 500 points in the regular pseason, but denver has the top pranked defense in the league. pcam newton will likely be the pleague mvp peyton manning will plikely be playing his last game. pat last check, panthers were six oint favorites. p>> you know, everything leading pup to, you know, all you see is anther-bronco conversations on ptv. p>> it's hard not to take it in. pit's hard, like i say, it's a pdream come true and hopefully we pget, you know, we are prepared pcome sunday. p>> it's a special student and i pthat and embrace ing that, repared to play a good team on psunday. p>> there you go, that's sports. phave a great saturday. p>> thank you, you, too. pthis morning, a milestone premembered. phow derry native alan shepard's pwalk on the moon was honored in pconcord. p>> our u local hot shot.
pwith head injuries. phe admitted hitting the baby in pthe head three times. pthey found healing fractures of pthe babies's arms and toesments phe said he would get frustrated pwith the baby because of pconstant crying and having to pcare for him
and he would psqueeze the baby extremely tight pto his body until he stopped pcrying. phe stated that he grabbed and psqueezed the legs and feet of pthe baby, extremely hard, when phe was changing him. pmay. p>> right now, officials in phampton are monitoring and pconducting tests for bacteria pfollowing a sewer leak. pthe sewer main failure caused pwaste water to seep into the psalt marsh area and along phampton beach. pcrews discovered it between the pstreet and the facility. psamples from water samples shows
enguin plunge this week. p>> the seven republican pcandidates are taking the stage pone more time for the first in pthe nation primary. pit's taking place at st. anselm pcollegement our own josh mc el p-- pmcelveen will be asking pquestions. pwe will have a full wrap-up pstarting at 11:00. pjoin us for a special lineup of rogramming tomorrow morning. pthere will be a breakdown of the pdebate and the stage set for rimary week, a special edition pof news 9 begins at 6 a.m. and p10:00 we have a live hour pronning long edition of close-up pthis week with george pstephanopoulos. pfollowed by an hour of "matter pof fact". pamy: a lot going on, need a nap pafter reading that. pexciting time. pjosh: absolutely.
pcourse, for a lot of cold stares pjust kidding. phere is a look at the ptemperatures, 30's to even lower p40's out there for the weekend pand fairly nice weekend in pstore, but it does get cold this pupcoming week and monday through pwednesday, maybe thursday eriod, unsettled with two ocean pnew england. peach could bring us light snow pand possibly more if they come pcloser. pthat's what we're following and ptracking this weekend. pamy: ok, josh, thanks for pjoining us, good morning america pis next, we'll be back in 25 pminutes with more local news and