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>> couldn't even walk on its paws. it was walking on its bones. sean: one of the worst cases of animal neglect they've seen. they could barely tell it was a dog. erin: big changes coming to the the new security measures you'll face on sunday. clouds. just a taste of what's to come over the weekend. we'll talk about the cold temperatures arriving ahead. sean: a massachusetts bus driver is due in court after crashing on board.
>> no one covers new hampshire like we to. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: it was a cold night. we're waking up to a cold morning. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm erin fehlau. sean: good morning. i'm sean mcdonald. it is so cold. students at the brookline hollis school district do have a two-hour delay today. the school district a two-hour delay. it is going to be a really cold few days. kevin: western and northern half early this morning subzero. looks like everyone is below zero sunday morning and likely monday morning. this doesn't factor in the wind which is going to be going starting tomorrow afternoon and going through sunday night. for 25 to 30 miles an hour. that means some dangerous wind chills. for the entire state already for tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night in to sunday. wind chills early this morning in the single and double digits below zero across a good part
teens to lower 20's. about as warm as we'll be monday afternoon. much more on your forecast in a bit. let's look at your ride. we're joined live by deb davidson. good friday morning, deb. deb: good friday morning, kevin. it was a very cold start to your morning commute. the good news there are no major incidents to slow you down. if you are beginning your commute on interstate 89 and heading to the upper valley, you shouldn't have any problems whatsoever and heading southbound making your way in to concord looks good as well. there's no problems right now at the bow junction where at the 89 and 93 interstates merge. 93 is moving well. we are beginning to see building volume. 101 eastbound is up to speed. this report is brought to you by autofair. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: all right. thanks. two women accused of
their dog in londonderry are due in court today. erin: this is what the two or three-year-old shih tzu looked like when they found it. it was possible the dog was alone for weeks. ray brewer joins us this morning. how is the dog doing this morning? ray: police telling us the dog is doing better. it is now stay, a foster family. it was diagnosed with a long list of health problems. londonderry police say that are were called to the apartment monday night after the landlord reported finding the dog alone inside what she believed to be an abandoned unit. officers say the conditions inside were deplorable. a horrible smell. they say the dog barely recognizable bumping in to walls and trying to eat small object on the floor. the shih tzu was rushed to the veterinary hospital where it was diagnosed with ear infections, dislocated kneecaps, blindness, deafness, and a skin mass on its head. >> this is the most
seen. speaking to other officers, this is the most severe they've seen as well. ray: jada demas and jennifer moscardini turned themselves in. they face three counts of cruelty to animals. they are due in court this morning. the dog is stay, a foster family. it is not clear if it will be well enough to be adopted. in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: all right. thank you. changes are coming to security at the verizon wireless arena in manchester. starting on sunday, everyone entering the facility for any event is going to have to go through metal detectors, you are going to have to have your pockets empties, and you are going to face a light patdown as well. no more large bags, including backpacks or see through plastic bags. you will be allowed to bring purses and diaper bags in. they are simply trying to be proactive. >> there are no credible threats against us. there have not been.
forefront of everyone's mind that safety is a priority. when they come to the show, they will enjoy it and be safe. erin: with the new security measures, you are urged to allow extra time. sean: threatening charges have been dropped against the man accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl. nathaniel kibby faces more than 200 charges. he was also charged with making threats against the lead prosecutor in the case. senior assistant attorney general. toes charges have been dropped. kibby's trial is set to start in june. a derry man is accused of stealing a car in order to rob a bank in methuen. 32-year-old richard burns said he had a gun, got some cash, and drove a stolen car to the ride. they saw him pull in and get in to his pickup truck. they have recovered the stolen cash. erin: a school bus driver is due in court accused of crashing and
board. 32-year-old scott poirier failed a field sobriety test. he missed a stop and was backing up. there already 11 children on board. no one was hurt. >> shocked. really shocked. i never would have expected it. the kids have always fun. he's been driving for them since the beginning of the school year this year. >> that's a shame. you think at this stage of the game there should be enough checks and balances that shouldn't happen. erin: poirier faces several charges, including oui and endangering the welfare of a child. he's been suspended pending an investigation. sean: house lawmakers killed a bill that would have allowed person use. it would have allowed people 21 years and older to have pot and grow up to six plants. tuesday's primary was a record breaker in new hampshire. the secretary of state
people voted. the previous record for presidential primary turnout was set inweight with nearly 530,000 voters. following a big defeat, they started to push a new message. now the foe questions turns to south carolina. reporter: the differences were substantive but subtle. >> we agree that wall street should never be allowed to wreck main street again. here's the point that i want to make tonight. i'm not a single-issue candidate. i don't believe we live in a single-issue country. reporter: hillary clinton trying to reset after being walloped in new hampshire. the demographic changing. voters more than 90% white in iowa and new hampshire. in south carolina more than half of the
be african-americans. >> when we have more disproportional african-american and latino than china does, here's my promise. at the end of my first term as president, we will not have more people in jail than any other country. reporter: the fireworks really coming at the end with this contentious moment. >> the kind of criticism that we've heard from senator sanders about our president i expect from republicans. i don't expect from democratic nomination to succeed president obama. >> that is -- madame secretary, that is a low blow. one of us ran against barack obama. i was not that reporter: hillary clinton was also asked about how she managed to new hampshire. she responded that she has worked her entire career to empower women to make their own choices, even if that choice, she said, was
lana zak, abc news, washington. sean: thank you. the families of boston's mob boss, whitey bull better, are considering an offers. they could agree to split $822,000 which comes from money found in the apartment in california and the sale of his belongings. they have to agree not to sue the government. >> i don't have too many more years to live. it would be very nice to have it a little easier. >> can't say it is a fair settlement. it is the only settlement right now. will it ever be fair? i mean can you put a price on a life? erin: bulger is serving two consecutive life sentences in a federal prison in florida. sean: still to come on friday, beautiful flowers as far as the eye can see. the annual new hampshire orchid show starts teed
kevin: friday morning, february 12th. beautiful sunrise setting up. in the lower single digits looks like the next couple of mornings after tomorrow morning we will be below zero statewide. portsmouth record low monday morning is two below zero. we will likely break that. one of the few records we'll break this weekend. all of the details and the forecast of the bitterly cold air coming in ahead. erin: pretty sky this morning.
want to break? coldest morning? erin: not really. this week's hometown hero is a football and track star in nashua. sean: senior nick lorden was the primary receiving unit for the cardinals. this past weekend he won the indoor high jump title. he has his sights set on the spring season. >> i started high jumping in eighth grade. my parents and coaches encouraged me to participate in track. they said it would help in football. i tried high jumping. my coach said i did pretty well. i carried out with that. in the spring i want to capture the division i outdoor high jump title. sean: he has earned a scholarship to play in the fall. erin: if you are looking for a great way to escape the cold or celebrate valentine's day, why not check out the orchid show? this is the 25th year for the blizzard and the show has moved to the courtyard marriott in nashua. hundreds of varieties of the beautiful flower are
today through sunday. plenty of things to buy and seminars to learn about orchids and how to grow them. you have to have two green thumbs i think to be able to grow those. they are beautiful. sean: the feeling of walking in during the smell is always nice; rite? 13 minutes past 6:00. food waste is a huge problem. france has taken a big step forward to help keeping food out of land fill. erin: have you wondering what it
middle of the night as part of the gang turf war. officials say there was never any attempt by the prisoners to escape. france is taking steps to crack down on food waste. lawmakers passed a law forbidding supermarkets from throwing away unsold food. that includes goods that are packaged incorrectly, damaged, or passed the used by date. instead stores are encouraged to donate to charities for humans or farms to use as feed or compost. erin: if you are looking for work, head to exeter today. the state is hosting a job fair from 10:00 until 2:00 at the exeter town hall. nearly 70 potential employers are going to be on hand offering jobs ranging from hospitality to retail and health care and finance and education and telecommunications. garmin, known for its gps navigational devices is buying the delorme.
research and development. delorme to continue to produce its atlas maps. while the map store itself will close, the lobby with the giant globe known as eartha will remain open. sean: you don't have a good view of the globe? these guys did. the smithsonian will show the apollo 11 showing what happened in the trip to the moon. it includes scribbles the men made on the walls and the personal belongings. it will allow anyone to know what it was like to live in the space. we didn't know. going to put your name, buzz was here. something like that. kevin: interesting. send food. non-freeze-dried. although the freeze-dried ice cream is tasty. starting off this morning we have a beautiful sunrise. we have the clear sky and breeze that's been
miles an hour. this is the beginning of the colder air. another cold front reinforces if anything sends temperatures even farther backward. this evening. some scattered snow showers a possibility overnight tonight and very early. first few daylight hours tomorrow morning. then once the wind picks up, the temperatures free fall either further. later tomorrow night through sunday, sunday in to early monday before a little bit of a recovery. the front itself right now located through the great lakes gets here overnight tonight. temperatures right now single digits above and below zero. in between reporting stations, several other areas below zero early this morning. 20 below on top of mt. washington. the little bit of a wind chill. this is just the beginnings. there are going to be a few spots likely by sunday that have wind chill readings near 40 below zero. it is going to be a very cold weekend out there. you are going to want to take a lot of extra precautions and layers.
cold that's coming with as mild as it has been. you can see the colder air will be coming out of central canada. highs today in the low and mid 20's across a good part of the state. there will be upper teen up north. eventually back near zero on top of mt. washington. sunshine to start the day. increase in clouds through the afternoon. maybe a few flurries late in the day. nothing that's going to slow you down for the evening commute. here comes the front. eventually by the time we get toward sunrise, the front is moving across the state. clouds ahead. then the chance of a snow shower or a very brief 20-minute squall moving through. once it does past 9:00 or 10:00, the winds pick up, skies clear, and temperatures which start the day in the single digits and teens start to fall backward through the afternoon. ultimately saturday night and early sunday temperatures statewide will be below zero. then we will slowly recover from there. some north country areas, even with the wind still gusting over 25 to 30 miles an hour,
to near zero. for southern areas, we could be back up near ten degrees on sunday afternoon only to head again statewide back below zero sunday night and early monday. bottom line be prepared for the cold air over the weekend. it starts to relent as we work in to early next week. that will be on the heals of the next system arriving tuesday morning. as you might expect with all of the cold weather, it will be cold enough for that to start as snow. it depends on the track of the system. it will be overhead or just to our west which will put us on the quote unquote warmer side of the system. if you can imagine that after the temperatures this weekend. that could mean a change over to a mix, maybe even plain rain. whatever we have tuesday afternoon looks to be heavy at times. so we'll have to see how that pan out. a very cold weekend ahead of that. sean: a quick reminder, a two-hour delay due to some wires on the road there. let's check out the top
ray: a londonderry officer calls it the worse case of animal neglect. two women due in court facing cruelty to animal and other charges. police were called to the apartment monday night and found the dog inside. officers said there was a horrible smell. fleas and filth. they say the dog was barely recognizable. sean: new security measures are coming to the verizon wireless arena. anyone shows up will have to empty their pockets. you will no longer be allowed to bring any large bags inside. house lawmakers have killed a bill that would have legal hissed marijuana for personal use in new hampshire. the proposal would have allowed people 21 year and older to have pot and grow up to six plants. erin: coming up, this is van gogh's painting of a yellow bedroom. it is very famous.
sean: this is interesting. the art institute of chicago is giving you a chance to live inside a painting. erin: how about that? they commissioned the famous yellow house bedroom. starting on sunday, the museum will rent the room out for just $10 a night. so you can stay there. it also includes two tickets to the exhibit itself which runs until may. kind of a cool idea; right? sean: it is. the opens the door what other paintings would you like to live inside? we'll see. the bruins kicked off a long road trip and bounced back from one of the worst games to one of their best. erin: researchers say for the first time they can actually listen to the stars.
>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning. look at the sky out there. beautiful sunrise over lake winnepesaukee. look at temperature. a big goose egg. zero in meredith right now. we're waking up to a cold morning. sean: i think bob ross would love to paint that. the cold temperatures in a moment. first the top stories on friday. two women accused of abandoning their dog in londonderry with scheduled to be arraigned on charges, including cruelty to animals. a massachusetts woman is free on bail this morning after state police say she was found naked at a welcome cnter in i-95 while she was under the influence of drugs.
who suffered burns after a vaporizer battery exploded is now suing for damages. erin: the sunrise in the lakes region gorgeous. it looks beautiful. it is cold. kevin: we're going to look back a month or two from now. this will likely be the coldest stretch of weather. it won't just be the pure temperature of it is going to be the wind. early this morning we have wind chills below zero statewide. i think we're going to see some anywhere between the 20's below zero to maybe as cold as 40 below zero late saturday and sunday. not just the cold temperatures, but the wind chill. erin: it will be cold. we want to check the roads for you. a live look at how things are moving out there on 93 from the common man camera in
just one degree. kevin: joined by deb davidson. deb: good friday morning. it is a nice quiet start. no major problems on the keep in mind it is cold out there. you might want to start your car ahead of time. if you are heading to the upper valley, interstate 89 is looking lebanon. coming south in to concord is up to speed. we're beginning to see bow. no problems heading stateline. again traffic is beginning to build just a little bit out there one. the spaulding is moving well at this hour. just a minor tap of the breaks on interstate 95. that's between exits two and one where the left lane does remain closed for construction. this report is brought to you by autofair. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: all right. thanks. we have a school delay to tell you about this morning.
two-hour delay. this is dued to downed power line. erin: two woman charged with neglecting their dog are scheduled to make a court appearance today. sean: they say the neglect caused the dog to go deaf and blind. they cleaned the animal up. this is what it looks like now. ray brewer live in the studio to explain how officers found the neglected pet. : officers say it was a tip from the landlord apartment. the dog was so sick they couldn't see its face. >> this is the most severe one i've seen. speaking to other officers, this is the most severe they've seen ray: londonderry detective has been in law enforcement for nine years. he's never seen an animal cruelty case this bad. a rockingham road
their tenants jada demas and jennifer had abandoned the apartment and left the shih tzu behind. horrible smell. they found flees, filth, and a barely recognizable dog bumping in to walls and trying to eat small objects on the floor. >> the fur on the feet was lifted up and pulled in to its claws. it was walking on the bones. ray: the dog was rushed to southern new hampshire veterinarian hospital. it was diagnosed with several conditions including an ulcerated skin mass on its forehead, dislocated kneecap, and the dog scratched its eyes and had severe ear infections causing it to go blind and deaf. detective olsen says the shih tzu may have been left alone for weeks. after he called the women, they turned themselveses in. they are facing charges,
>> if you can't take care of your animal, there are plenty of foster homes and shelters that would love to take it off of your hand. ray: both women held on $250 bail. sean: a massachusetts woman found naked was under the influence of drug. they found the employee, kristin woolf, sitting in front of the fireplace nude. when she refused to put her clothes on, they called the state police. the head of the welcome center says this is very out of the ordinary. >> this is highly unusual. nothing like this has ever happened before. the attendant acted appropriately and the state police handled the situation. sean: woolf faces charges, including indecent exposure and lewdness. she's free on bail and
erin: a man from mow -- moultonborough is seeking damages. vaporizer and store after it exploded. the e-cigarette battery caused second and third and hands. it looks like a familiar name could be added to the list of candidates running for governor. ted gastas says she's received a lot of encouragement for a run. >> i think there's a lot of things i've been watching from the local level that have been happening. probably the drug happening here in the city and how long it took for people to respond to it. erin: gastas says he will take the time to focus on making the decision. other people have candidacies.
for the corner office for the republicans. for democrats, colin van estern and mark connelly have announced they are running. sean: there are lots of campaign signs. state law requires them to be taken down. instead of throwing the signs away, occupational therapy students at u.n.r. are reusing the plastic. the students are making more than 78 items for the disabled. >> we made all sorts of kits and workshops all over new hampshire on making book holders, card holders, document holders, ipad holders, all of these hands free kinds of solutions out of corrugated plastic. sean: neat story. since 2012, the students have been accepting
gadgets with signs from a favorite candidate in mind. erin: the new hampshire audubon is asking for your help with the annual backyard winter bird survey. the survey takes place tomorrow and sunday. anyone can participate. all you need to do is count the birds in your own backyard and send in the results. for more information, head to n naudubon.org. they are going to tell you how to do this. so you aren't counting the same bird twice. sean: bundle up too. a surprise for a heavy rocker in oregon. he found a picture of his vest years after it was stolen. erin: scientists have detected gravitational waves. kevin: coldest of the air arrives over the weekend with winds to go along with it.
air. high temperature later this afternoon in the teens. we'll look ahead to the colder air along with the wind for the weekend. erin: all right. hillary clinton and bernie sanders faced off for the first time since sanders defeated clinton by a landslide. nikole killion is in washington with the highlights. reporter: hillary clinton campaigns in north carolina after bernie sanders is in minnesota after going toe to toe in their first debate. >> secretary clinton, you are not in the white house yet. >> the kind of criticism that we've heard about our president i expect from republicans. i do not expect from someone running for the democratic nomination. >> madame sec they, that is a low blow. reporter: bernie sanders and hillary clinton squared off over the legacy with the issue of race front and center as
hispanic vote ahead of contest in the south carolina and nevada. >> at the end of my first term as president, we will not have more people in jail than any other country. >> we're going to enforce the law and change policing practices. reporter: a fiercer fight. >> let's not imply here that either president obama or myself would in any way not take on any vested interest whether it is wall street or drug companies. >> let's not insult the intelligence of the american people. people aren't dumb. reporter: other hot topic is health care and immigration. they get their turn with republicans' much smaller field. sean: thanks. hope is growing for peace in war-torn syria.
ceasefire and provide immediate aid. they said that diplomats are hoping the ceasefire can be fully implemented? just one week. it does not apply to any terror organizations operating in syria. a new report is revealing the concerns about the mosul dam which is the biggest in the country. it is the most dangerous in the world and at risk of collapsing and sending water collapsing over millions of people. it sustained substantial decade which only got worse when it was overrun by isis in 2014. if it collapses more than half a million people could be killed. erin: the former mayor of boston had a bit of a scare. he crashed in to a building on eighth street in south boston. the 76-year-old was not hurt. he was taken to the hospital as a precaution.
from 1984 to 1993. sean: a woman in colorado says she saw a divine sign in a church that was damaged by fire. paula espinoza sits after the electrical fire. look, you can see a smudge of ash that paula says resembles a crown. she believes it was a sign to show the church was under protection. we talked about this. it sure does. erin: it totally does. sean: sure does look like a crown. interesting. a heavy metal musician lost his vest and found it 3,000 miles away. erin: the rocker says his vest was stolen after a battle of the bands. you don't think you have one that looks like this. his was stolen after a battle of the bands at a local high school. he gave up on seeing it until he jolt a call from a friend. the friend told him he found a picture of his vest in new york city
lauren's display at macy's. how weird is that? it was taken by a representative because he likes it. >> supposedly there's a new ralph lauren clothing line that's cult polo and that has a heavy metal theme to it. i would like to figure out all of the traveling that my vest has been doing without me, having all the fun. erin: i love it. the vest is a world traveler. kind of crazy. people around world have joined in the effort to reunite this rocker with his vest. he says if he gets it back, he's going to go sky diving wearing nothing but the vest. sean: okay. as you mentioned before, you might want to bring the vest and the parachute as well. erin: let's hope the parachute. sean: let's go back to the part of you comparing me to a hard rock and roller there. erin: i'm just saying you have the sweater vest and he has a rock and roll vest.
erin: bruins began the road trip in winnipeg. sean: i can wear a leather vest. bergeron scored his 20th goal. the jets quickly responded. the bruins forced a turnover. louieloui erikkson helped putting them in front 2-1. brad marchand got behind the defenders and scored. the bruins went on to win by a final score of 6-2. they are at minnesota on saturday. that's coming from the rocker myself. erin: okay. a prediction from albert einstein made 100 years ago has been confirmed. it is part of the theory of relative when masses collide sending waves of energy at the speed of light. astronomers set up twin observatories that have been listening to the universe for 28 years. and last fall they finally heard something. >> it sounds like a
something up in frequency. this is a huge deal for us. up until this point, we hadn't been able to hear anything from the stars. with this we're able to actually listen to the stars. erin: how about that? the gravitational wave is the sound of two black holes merging 1.3 billion light years away. sean: how do they know that's not something else coming from space there? kevin: like? for instance? erin: who knows. sean: anything is possible out there. i'm just saying. how do they differentiate? erin: i don't know. sean: apparently they know. they are smarter. erin: they were both in sync. kevin: i don't like your inference. way too many star trek episodes. start with off with clear skies and a breeze. the cold temperatures arriving. believe it or not, yet another cold front with even colder air later on this evening. ahead of that, we enjoy the sunshine this morning with an increase
eventually there will be the chance of a couple of snow showers moving through the great lakes now. that gets here sometime later on this evening. mainly after midnight and moves early tomorrow morning. temperatures a lot of locations down in the single digits above and below zero this morning. you'll notice even in south eastern areas, a lot of locations down near zero or even a couple of degrees below it. we're at six below north of korean. -- keene. there's a lot of three to five below. depending on close you are. up in the north country we're looking at teens below zero in some parts. as cold as 12 or 13 below zero. you have the wind to go along with it this morning. it can feel colder than that. this will be a fun number to watch. temperature right now is at 20 below zero. the wind chill already at 64 below zero. i think where most of us live below 6,000 feet
chill readings we'll have will likely be sunday morning. there could be a few spots down in to the 30's to near 40 below zero. here comes the increase in clouds later this afternoon. here comes the snow showers. this front may have a brief squall with it very early tomorrow morning. just after sunrise. once it moves by, winds pick up. notice what temperatures do after sunset. we're falling quickly. already back in to the single digits above and below zero by sunset tomorrow afternoon. that sets up temperatures below zero statewide. not only sunday morning but likely monday morning and highs only recovering back near zero in the north country. that would be possibility to near ten. that doesn't account for the wind which will be gusting at times starting tomorrow morning over 25 miles an hour and going all the way through the weekend and in to early monday before we eventually start to recover. there will be eventually be a little bit of a moderation trend by the time we get to monday afternoon.
the colder air will be the next system. right now after temperatures in the low to mid 20's on monday, we're looking at the next system arriving. it should be cold enough initially just with the cold air in place that it would be snow. from there it all depends on the track of the system. if it stays off shore, it is a colder solution for us. right now a lot of the maps hinting that stays just a little bit farther to the west which would lead us over to mix or heavy rain tuesday evening before pulling away early on wednesday. my 48th school visit was year was a virtual visit. talked to the third graders at the ossipee central school. they've been doing a weather unit there and had some excellent questions about the water cycle and hurricanes and tornadoes. this is one of the really neat ways we can get out there in technology that's tough to do during the work shifts to be able to get farther away and talk to kids across the state.
wow. kevin: yes. on the move. sean: breaking news out of boston. an investigation after a van hit and damaged the plane at the airport. fortunately no one was hurt. just in time for valentine's day. we asked which restaurants are the most romantic in the granite state. erin: it was too close to call. we compiled a list of restaurants nominated. bedford village inn, the carriage house in rye, colby hill inn in henniker, fratello's italian grille in la laconia, manchester, and nashua and the italian farm house in plymouth also the white mountainsider company in bartlett. sean: too close to call. a disturbing case of animal cruelty. two women are due in
stories. sean: two londonderry women accused of neglecting their dog is due in court today. ray: police say they when they responded they found a dog inside what they believed to be an abandoned unit. the conditions were inside were horrible with deplorable smells, fleas, and filth. sean: starting on sunday, anybody showing up for an event will have to empty their pockets. large bags will be banned. erin: house lawmakers killed a bill that would have legalized recreational marijuana. it would have allowed people 21 years and older to grow up to six plants. sean: a school delay to tell you about this morning. students in the brookline-hollishollis sau 41
it is due to downed powerlines. kevin: a stretch of cold weather. temperatures tomorrow and sunday. single digits to lower and mid teens. the winds starting to mid-morning tomorrow. as a factor through the rest of the weekend and in to early monday. sunday and monday morning we're liking statewide below zero. sean: yeah. erin: okay. coming up on "good morning america," they are going to have more highlights from the debate as bernie sanders and hillary clinton time since the new hampshire primary.
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at your new england ford dealers presidents' day sales event. good morning, america. bitter blast. record-breaking cold this valentine's day weekend. wind chills as low as 30 below. the threat of frostbite and hypothermia. 65 million people being warned to stay inside. fighting back. hillary clinton and bernie sanders going toe to toe overnight. >> that's a promise that cannot be kept. >> clinton trying to get back on track. but sanders not giving any ground. >> madame secretary, that is a low blow. >> and donald trump goes positive, already talking re-election. >> maybe i get an extra four years.