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>> it is kind of chilly up there. i can't feel my cheeks any more. >> despite the bitter cold temperatures outside not everyone is hiding inside. why skiers and snowboarders say this is exactly what they've been waiting for. a piece of history up in smoke. how the owner of the world's last shoe peg mill thanks devastating fire may have started. >> everybody was running. there were stools flying past you. >> vacation goes wrong. terror on a cruise to bahamas.
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to be on solid ground. good morning, new hampshire. we'll get to our top stories in just a minute. but first, josh is in the weather center with a look at the weekend forecast. >> it is a cold one out there but there's eevep colder air streaming in. two whole degrees. those temperatures are going to feel warm compare to where we're headed. if you are that part of the neighborhood. look at the temperatures sort of all over the place. mixture of clouds and clear skies. no major weather systems. cold air and windy conditions streaming in. look at that cold air coming
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so your highs today only going to be topping off in the single digits and teens. that does not include the wind. pretty much all weekend long. we'll talk more in a few minutes. >> ever source energy preparing for this weekend's temperatures. the extreme cold makes it more critical to get the power back on if it goes out its crews are ready to work outside if necessary. >> we are staffed through the weekend. we have folks who are especially on call overnight to respond to any problems. so that if power should go out for any reason at all we can get it back on as quickly as possible. >> if you have any power issues this weekend, they say to give them a call. they will respond just as quickly as possible. in boston overnight, the mbta ran empty trains. they do to this prevent
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police are searching for a driver of a truck with new hampshire license plates who they believe intentionally hit a 15-year-old on a bicycle. this happened just before 2:00 friday afternoon witnesses telling police the boy on the bike had been talking to the people on the truck before he rode away and the driver aggressively followed. that teen is in a hospital with siver injuries. also now, an armed robber on the loose in concord. investigators are asking for help. officers responded to the brookside pizza 3 rest raunlt on manchester street just before 8:30. the suspect showed a dark-colored hand gun before taking off. described as a white male wearing a dark hooded jacket and a white scarf over his face. if you have any information please contact concord police. this morning relief for a 17-year-old girl who investigate sares was harassed for months by a man.
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this week. >> police say this was a disturbing case of harassment where two strangers showed up at the victims home looking for sex. >> 30-year-old jason hunt ser accused of harassing and coworker. since december the man bothered the girl through text email and facebook. >> he was sending her some sort of messages regarding sexual activity. kind of just harassing threatening. >> pligs say the situation came to a head last weekend when two men showed up at the victim's home in response to an online ad soliciting sex. >> i believe at this point that the suspect had placed an ad on craig's list soliciting a sexual encounter and the gentleman that responded to that ad were the one that is showed up.
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>> it got to a point where it was overwhelming. you're dealing with a 17-year-old girl probably not as concerned as somebody else might have been. >> the managers confirm hunter and the victim worked together here. she says the girl also reported the harassment to her super visors who in turn called the police. the two were just acquaitances. >> she doesn't have any idea why it transpired but they were not in any sort of relationship. >> if faced with a similar situation police say to call them right away. they say hunter use it had victim's personal information against her. >> when you put stuff on line what you put on line is very important. this gentleman could have probably and did learn a lot about this girl from her social media postings. i think it's very good information to try and stay as private as you possibly can. >> he was arained on friday morning and is being held on $5,000 cash bail. he will be back in court next month.
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safe this morning after a dream cruise to the bahamas turned into a nightmare. three generations of the nick ols family were on board the anthem of the seas. the ship was pummeled by a powerful storm. the captain ordered all 4,000 on board to stay in their rooms. for nine hours. as everything loose was tossed about. >> i didn't think about like if i had to say good-bye to anybody because the captain said that everything was ok. but it still didn't mean that we weren't scared. >> the qhip returned to new jersey late wednesday. they are already planning to take a makeup cruise later this fall. this morning the last remaining shoe peg mill in the world is a pile of ashes. the mill in bartlett went up in flames late friday afternoon. it could be the last chapter in
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>> owner paul sorezz was working in the front of the 34,000 square foot mill when a passer bi yelled that the back was on fire. >> i ran through the pointing and splitting room then into the finishing room. that's when i noticed the fire above me on the second floor which is where the last four driers of its kind were running. they were still running while the fire was going ramplet mill that once employed dozens now had three workers left. the building couldn't be insured. in fact, they had just signed papers to sell. >> originally, the peg mills made wooden pegs to hold soles and heels on the shoes. then in the late 1800s the tack came out and the peg mil went downhill. >> there was a fire here in 1910 and he has put out a small fire since he owned it.
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dust and wood product, efforts to save it were too long too late. >> there must have been a spark that set off the dust. you know how many hours we've run those driers? and nothing ever happened. we've got explosion proof lights, a sprinkler system. but unbelievable. >> the original peg mill was located in the building that now houses the common man restaurant in ashland. the mill was moved to bartlett in 1878. peta has ended its protest of the newport winter carnival. the group was upset over an event billed as a greased pig on ice but what they didn't realize is there is no pig involved at all. it's just a man on ice skates wearing a pig costume. the organizers said he told peta that no pigs would be harmed before the protest started. the carnival wraps up this
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coming up, two teenagers are dead after a scooting at a school. plus a water maine break leaves behind a beautiful frozen mess
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the u.s. senate race. sunday 10 a.m. >> welcome back. you are looking live at the mill district in manchester. josh is in with your full forecast in just a couple of minutes. right now authorities in arizona are investigating a suspected murder suicide.
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putt in lockdown after shots rang out. two 15-year-old girls died. their bodies discovered near the cafeteria area. police say a gun and a suicide note were found nearby. today pope frances continues his five-day trip to mexico. today he meets with mexican officials and foreign ambassadors at the national palace. the pope is expected to touch on some of the grave problems facing mexico stemming from drug violence, migration, and poverty. he will also speak with mexico's bishop at the cathedral of the assumption before going to mexico the pope met with the head of the russian orthodox church. a water main break is causing big problems in scranton pennsylvania afment 12 inch pipe sent water shooting skyward. it quickly froze on power lines street signs houses and more. about 30 homes and businesses were affected by this. officials aren't sure what
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and josh will be right back. then incredible new developments on how the earth may have formed. how a theory by einstein was just discovered to be
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>> good morning. as you probably know it's just a little cold out there and we're going to be really staying cold. a lot of advertising this week
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should live up to billing. single digits and couple of spotsdz here and there in the double digits. the elevation and the cloud cover having a lot to do with where your temperature currently is. doesn't matter where it is though. it's cold for sure. you can see there's clouds even a few flurries in northern new hampshire right there up in and around the mountains. a couple of flurries here and there. shouldn't be a big deal but possibly times throughout the day. no major storms of any kind. we do have winds as you can see that are coming down over the great lakes and that is causing lake effect snow. it doesn't always happen this late into the season but the lakes are not frozen over yet and so therefore lake effect snow still a possibility. now, it's to that cold air. and very cold air. this cold air mass here in canada wants to come down and
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and then it pulls away. that will make for an interesting forecast for the first couple of days monday afternoon and evening. still some question marks about that. there's a weather system coming whether it's rain or snow or both. still not completely resolved yet. there's a look at a few of those snow flurries. otherwise partly to mostly sunny but cold and you're going to notice the winds increasing as we go through the day today. especially this morning they all of a sudden start to kick up not really gusting at all. that will change after a front finishes pulling through and the cold air begins to spill in. overnight clear to partly sunny maybe a few flakes there. then for tomorrow look at this. plenty of sunshine even in northern new hampshire. but a frigid start tomorrow morning with a lot of winds and very cold conditions despite the bright sky. monday here it goes we cloud up
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monday into monday night some snow flurries and light snow begins to break out and a warm front tries to get up to new hampshire during the day. it only may change over to sleet and freezing rain or over to rain. there's still a few question marks. temperatures in the single digits. that doesn't include the wind chill which will make it feel zero. tonight of course very cold. preliminary look there at some of the cold temperatures. those do not include the wind chill factor. so for today single digits and teens tomorrow parts of northern new hampshire struggled to get above zero. the wind chill tomorrow will be well below zero. as you can see the week gets milder. that will make it interesting monday into tuesday when a weather system rolls through.
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that's what we're trying to figure out. >> ok. einstein was bright. a prediction made 100 years ago was confirmed. >> not bad for back then. this discovery could unlock the secrets of how the earth came to be. >> you have to use a little imagination and a lot of animation to understand why scientists are so excited r. this is a huge deal for us because up until this point we hadn't been able to hear anything from the stars. but with this we're able to listen to the stars r. they gathered at m.i.t. to explain. final confirmation that masses in the universe collide and send waves of energy at the speed of light. >> the power and the explosion was brighter for that brief moment. the power and explosion was brighter than all the shining stars in the universe.
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observatories which for decades of listen last fall after 28 years they heard something. >> it sounds like a chirp. >> those waves slice through matter and remain clean just like when they were created acting. >> as a messenger to carry information back to us here on the earth. 1.3 billion light years away. >> the next step, answering questions about how our world was formed. >> so we can listen to things happening in the universe. this first signal was like the big bump in the night. >> our thanks to pam. scientists say they're over the moon about this. they're also back at work. ready to expect the unexpected. >> coming up next. if you're looking for a dish to impress your sweetheart we have an idea how you can make these
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temperatures well below freezing but die hard snow lovers f lovers say bring it on. what you need to keep in mind before hitting the slopes. in this week's adopted pet we have a pair of very special puppies. they're both deaf but are learning sign language. they are playful and happy and ridiculously adorable. they're part of live and let homes. for more information about
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>> welcome to cook's corner on this saturday morning getting ready for valentine's day. here with us is dawn from cucina. >> thank you. >> i like your colors. >> i'm trying. got to be festive. >> so what are we cooking up? >> this morning we're cooking a little something special. crab cakes but spicy. by using our infused hot pepper olive oil. >> i'll watch while you do the work. >> no. >> i'm going to make you work. in the bowl here we've got some lump crab meat which is really easy to find at your local grocery store. you can get it in a can or in
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and we've got some onions and peppers. you can just throw those in there. all this stuff here is bread crumbs. >> it looks different. >> it is. it's actually gluten free. so you're going to add the peppers. >> i've been gluten free since 1990. >> you can eat these. so you're going to add your peppers your onions. you can throw your gluten free bread crumbs in there. >> i cheat once in a while. >> largely gluten free. now you're going to do the mayonnaise while i do the eggs. you can use that. that's why i put them on the side. >> so not a restaurant but people can stop by and -- >> yeah. >> your company once a month. >> we make these wonderful infused -- that's dry taringen. >> you can put that in. see how easy this is? >> wow.
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>> this is it. watch how easy. we mix it up. once it's mixed we form it into paties and throw it right into the frying pan. going. >> so crab meat is the meat. >> crab meat is the meat. you can do this. >> nice and healthy. >> you can do this with salmon if you want to. i've got these going over here. infused. we're doing this because hot peppers have been associated with afdeeze yak properties. they raise your heart rate. i do have that effect when it comes to cooking. >> this smells delicious. >> does it smell good? >> take my word on that one. >> we're going to make it into paties. so easy. >> a minute or so on each side. >> a minute or so until it's brown. >> the crab meat is not cooked already?
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because you're getting -- >> you're warming it up. >> how easy. super easy. >> that's the valentine's special. i love it. >> all these products can be found on our website. >> or stop by and visit. >> any time. >> and your products can be found in all kinds of local stores. >> like whole foods r. happy valentine's day. thanks for spending some of the weekend here. cold weekend. >> freezing. but this will keep you warm. >> bundle up with the crab i love it. thanks so much.
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>> good morning. we begin with a live look across the big lake. looks cold there. doesn't it? stories. despite the bitter cold it is a
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time to hit the slopes. there's a wind chill advisory from midnight until 10:00 sunday morning. so use caution if you're outside. we now know the name of the woman killed by a man hole cover friday in boston. kate lin was an elementary art teacher in milton, massachusetts. police say a 200 pound man hole cover went air born and smashed through her windshield. the g.o.p. candidates will take to the stage tonight before voters head to the polls a week from today. we'll get to more stories in a minute. but a check in for today's forecast. >> that's the way it is today cold and getting windy as well. not windy just yet but the winds will be picking up. a cold front rolling through. cloudy and partly cloudy. right down the street you're only two degrees.
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double digits at the moment. cloudy to partly cloudy. a few flurries in the mountains this morning and snow showers coming off the great lakes. lake effect snow because of the arctic cold that's crossing over the lakes and generating that snow. there's a look at that cold. very cold to our north and a piece of that coming down to greet us for the coldest air for the season. a look at the high temperatures and the high temperatures will fall through the afternoon and the winds will really make it feel cold out there today. winds start to gust as we go through the midday and afternoon hours. they'll suddenly be picking up out of nowhere and continue through about tomorrow afternoon. more details coming up. >> between the holiday weekend and massachusetts school vacation week it is a popular time to hit the slopes. the ski resort stayed open all night. >> u you have to be a little bit mad to be out here in this cold. the overnight low here was just 10 degrees. but after talking to some of
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treasure. >> and so i would say tonight here the conditions are great. everything has been groomed really well. so we've been flying down all the trails. as the skiers and boarders plummet down the slopes friday night the mercury is also falling. it will drop to just 11 degrees before the ski resort closes at 3 in the morning. but doug says he will take the freezing cold after the unseasonable warmth earlier this winter. >> this has been such an erratic year that for all we know maybe we have three or four weeks of skiing for the entire winter. so this window of opportunity kind of popped in for us we're trying to get a couple times in. >> while most skiers and boarders are trying to tough it out, it gets that cold, i think we'll call ate day or night. the chill. >> it is kind of chilly. and i can't feel my cheeks any
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>> there's a wind chill advisory for midnight until 10 sunday morning which means a danger of frostbite and hypothermia. they want people to come out and enjoy the 12 inches of powder but stay safe. >> as long as you're layered up correctly, which is important, this cold weather you can get through with the right layering and stuff like that. and being a high speed chair you can get more laps in more quickly. so in between hot chocolate runs you can get a few runs in quick then warm up. >> here's a deal that will warm your heart. today they're having a special from 5:00 until 3:00 you can ski for just $14. >> and remember the extreme cold can be dangerous so the red cross is offering some tips to stay safe. wear layers of light weight clothing to stay warm. gloves and hat. leave your fauseets dripping to
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don't use the stove or oven to heat the home. and please please please bring your pets indoors. if that's not possible make sure they have enough shelt tore keep them warm and out of water. for more tips on how to stay safe look in our website. wmur.com is your source for the most up-to-date accurate information 24 hours a day. i'm not sure why we're seeing caitlyn right there. you can use our interactive radar to track conditions and you can get the forecast while you're out and about with our storm watch app. it is free for i phone and android devices. here we go right now a community is mourning the loss of an art teacher after a tragic dent. caitlyn cla vet was an elementary art teacher. she died early friday morning after an accident on i-93 in boston. a 200 pound man hole cover went
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windshield of her car. cameras on the highway show an suv changing lanes. investigators believe that suv dislodged the man hole cover sending it through the air and into her windshield. the department of transportation is now reinspecting some 500 suer gates utility manuals and covers in boston. right now a deadly officer involved shooting in boston is under investigation. police say they shot and killed a man yesterday morning after he pointed a gun at them. investigators say two men were shot inside a home. a third man took off. and that's when officers confronted him. the shooting victims are being treated in local hospitals. the foe cuss on the granite state has now shifted to the u.s. senate race and both senator skellly ayotte and maggie hasset are pointing
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pledge, a formal agreement to keep third party money out of campaigns. as we first reported thursday the republican senator called on governor has et to sign the pledge. but instead of signing it he made a counteroffer suggesting a complete $15 million overhaul spending cap for each campaign. ayotte rejected his proposal and the governor called it business as usual washington, d.c. style. >> senator ayotte sent out a statement that indicates that she is kind of taking the lead from washington and say take it or leave it to me. >> clearly her response just shows you that she doesn't want to keep this spending out of the race. it's really just politician speak for i don't want to sign the people's pledge. >> right now senator ayotte has a big edge with more than $6 million cash on hand. governor hasset who entered the race in october has under $2 million. >> in commitment 2016
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suspended his campaign for president. the former virginia governor struggled in the polls only qualifying for the under card debates twice. in his statement he says he will support the republican party's eventual nominee. right now republican presidential hopefuls are gearing up to take the debate stage in south carolina. this is the last debate before south carolina voters head to the polls next saturday. a look at how candidates are trying to keep their momentum. >> i thank you. >> democratic rivals hillary clinton and bernie sanders have their party manners on display. they clashed in debate thursday. >> madam secretary, that is a low blow. >> now they're both vying for african american votes in south carolina with tv ads. >> we need to believe. >> hillary clinton's invoking the charleston church shooting r. she said the shooting around
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i just dropped the phone. donald trump is marching into south carolina with a big lead in the polls. >> we won every single category in new hampshire. >> trump confident enough to pull negative campaign ads but still drawing a new bead on rival ted cruz tweeting. >> there is more than a little irony in donald accusing anyone of being nasty. >> it's a likely preview of saturday night's debate when trump will be the man to beat in a state heavily with evangelical voters. >> is anybody here worried about the front running candidate shouting out obsenties in front of children? >> i would bomb the -- out of them. >> i was going to say they're full of -- issue i won't say that. >> trump is already swearing off swearing. >> i won't use foul language.
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g.o.p. february 20. >> coming up, a mile stone as unh takes on tonight. next in sports. >> it's a cold start out there today. we'll talk about how much colder it gets and how that
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>> we are starting off cold. you have no doubt heard about all the cold that we will be dealing with as we go through the day and tomorrow. of course the weekend is the core of this cold air and then the temperatures will start to get a little bit milder as we go through the upcoming week. look at your current temperatures. 3 degrees. went up a degree there. and we'll see those temperatures head upwards a little bit through the day. but then they will fall in the afternoon. a cold front rolling through the state this morning. that brings even colder air than we've already had around here. that's what bring it is windy conditions as well. now, the winds are fairly light at the moment. you can see no wind gusts showing up. it's just winds of 5-10-15 miles an hour in most spots. but as we go through the day. watch the red for a higher wind popping up by midday today and in through the afternoon.
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down will be gusting and you know when it's this cold how cold that wind makes you feel. it will feel like it's below zero everywhere. and tonight dangerous wind chill possibles. wind advisory because of the dangerous cold that they could generate out there. the actual temperatures go below zero but at times during the overnight hours into early tomorrow morning. here's tonight. there's that wind gusting overnight and early tomorrow morning. tomorrow morning will be the windiest time. it does calm down a little by the afternoon. still breezy but at least it won't be quite as strong. the wind by sunday afternoon. a look at what's happening. a few flurries. otherwise a mixture of clouds and clear skies. a good deal of sunshine but it won't really do anything in terms of warming us up. there's no organized weather
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see the lake effect snow bands but lake effect and localized to those areas. it's not a system heading in our direction. but the cold certainly is. coming down from canada. cold front pushing through during the day. it will be getting downright cold. let's take a look as this swings through the state today and the high pressure to our west builds in and that area the pressure difference is enough that we have gusty winds out there. clear skies today and tomorrow. the clouds thicken up as the weather system approaches. a closer look at the conditions to expect through the day today. there could be a couple of flurries in the mountains. but those high temperatures, single digits in northern new hampshire and teens elsewhere. afternoon. that will be the big thing as those temperatures will be cold for sure but they get even colder this afternoon with the temperatures falling and the
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so the windiest periods will be from a little later this morning through the afternoon tonight and tomorrow morning. then the winds calm down a little bit. we're also watching the weather system monday into tuesday. a mixture of snow sleet and rain. >> nasty. thanks. it is 6:46. an update on our top stories 30-year-old joshua hunter of nash awe is facing charges. plus, officials are investigating a fire at the last remaining shoe peg mill in the world. in bartlett is just a pile of ashes after going up in flames. today the fridget temperatures continue. and ever source energy is prepared to work outside if it needs it. the extreme cold medication it more critical to get the power back on if it goes out. as we've been saying it is going to be a cold weekend but there's plenty going on to keep
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a look at what's happening new hampshire. it is your chance to help save a life today at the bone marrow registry drive. the event benefits ten-year-old jack who has down's syndrome and is fighting his second bat wl leukemia. you must be between the ages of 18 and 44. please bring your health insurance card. you can help fight breast cancer at the 2016 pink ride snowball event. sled lineup starts at 9:00 and the ride starts at 10:00. money raised will benefit st. joseph hospital breast care center. get a little love while helping homeless pets. a smooch a pooch fund raiser. for just $1 you can enjoy a big wet kiss from a kissing booth dog. from 1:00 to 3:00. all proceeds benefit the humane society in dover. if you're looking for a great
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weekend, why not check out the new hampshire orchid show. enjoy beautiful orchids, jewelry, art work and more. it's from 9:00 to 5:00 saturday and 9:00 to 4:00 sunday at the courtyard marriott. admission is $10 for adults, free for kids under 12. and that's what's happening. >> now, news 9 sports. >> hockey team playing vermont twice this weekend. tonight at 5:00. last night they got a rolling for the weekend. the coach coaching his 999 career game. he will hit that milestone tonight. a shot the nation's leading scorer will get an assist as tyler cleans up the juicy rebound. his eighth goal this year. 1-0 that braut them out to fish the puck out of the net. second period michael mcnicholas will score and he gets the assist.
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the first junior to reach 100 in ten years. the last two goals of the game belong to vermont. the puck bounces off the skate of corn o'neal and into the net. the officials repeat it and counted it. he was insensed on the bench but to no avail. 3-2 your final score as vermont wins. he will coach career game number 1,000 tonight. >> just that we spent too much time on the wrong end and obviously the winning goal was a tough goal to take. but, hey, again, we just played too much time. we've got to come out here tomorrow and find a way to win. >> there's a couple times this game where we were down deep in our zone way too much giving them possessions. that's where the chances happened again so we have to focus in on getting the puck in the end zone. >> they played tonight.
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they will play tonight at 7:00 against rpi. high school basketball. pem brooke. the panthers right there in white and they were all over the spartans early. the three from the corner. that's good defense too. they will get a steal. then in transition. dunks it. panthers off to a 24-4 lead. pem brooke trying to hang around. just too much they win 72-44. top 25 college hoops last night. arizona beat ucla. gets a big monster dunk here in the first half. then in the second an alley-oop dunk for him. nine with 14 rebounds. arizona won 81-75. new hampshire and manchester this weekend the first greater
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plenty of equipment, dealers, golf courses, professional instructors on hand. check the many outstanding courses. >> in new hampshire for at least the years in this forum. big expo style. we're excited to have 75 annual. and 23 of those are golf courses which are in this area and in new england. itself. this is a great way to be -- start thinking spring especially this time of year when we have these temperatures. a good outlet to start thinking about being outside and playing golf. >> sounds like fun. the trials at 1:00 in los angeles. good luck to the seven new hampshire runners that will be running through the streets of l.a. have a great weekend. >> still ahead, organizing your life. some simple tips to declutter and organize your home. now to our you local hot shot. jinxy. very cute.
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>> 25% of americans had so much stuff they can't fit their cars into a two-car garage.
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but it is becoming a trend. >> experts on how you can organize your home. >> it's said humans ador chaos because we seek to produce order in our lives. perhaps that's why the number one and two best sellers are by marie condo a japanese organization juru. according to one estimate we spend a total of 3700 hours rummaging through clutter. >> i have tried very hard to have hooks in places where things should be and yet it still where's this? >> lisa says she struggles to keep up. >> it's overwhelming. school papers bills actual work stuff all in the same space. >> a message heard again and again. >> i just tend to keep the other people organized and then forget about myself. >> i get too tired. i don't do anything for like three days then i look up and my house is a disaster. >> i enlisted the help of
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teach us her secrets. >> if you haven't used it in six months to a year get rid of it. >> the first tip, don't overthink it. sort everything into a keep pile donate pile or trash recycle pile. next, know what you use. >> turn your hangers around. and that way you can see what you actually wear and don't wear. >> her third tip design systems with the whole family in mind. one parent couldn't get her kids to put away their laundry. >> they just had a lot of bins. they could get the clothes into the pins. they weren't folded but it didn't matter because it wasn't in the living room any more. >> amy says one of the biggest pitfalls is when one person sets up the organization system and the rest of the family doesn't follow along. to avoid this do it together. if you need more motivation one research study found that by decluttering your kitchen you could also decreach how much you snacked by up to 44%. >> i love getting rid of stuff.
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>> i know a lot of people maybe me included have extra stuff. all right. well how about these temperatures out there. the high temperatures today in the single digits north and the teens elsewhere. afternoon. the winds kicking up as well. not that windy but it will be. that's going to make it feel obviously much colder. very dangerously almost cold night tonight and then cold and reverse. >> it's a build a fire and snuggle up. >> haven't had a lot of it. >> top stories up next. cold weather preparations. making sure your power stays on. a tragic loss. the last remaining shoe peg mill in the world.
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>> a cold start in getting even colder. look at the dangerous temperatures we'll see. >> it is kind of chilly. i can't feel my cheeks. >> despite the bitter cold temperatures not everyone is hiding inside. why skiers and sneebders say this is exactly what they have been waiting for. a piece of history. up in smoke. how the owner of the world's last shoe peg mill thinks a devastating fire may have started.
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there were stools flying past you. >> vacation gone wrong. a new hampshire couple describes nine hours of terror on a cruise to the bahamas. this morning they are so happy to be on solid ground. >> good morning, new hampshire. we'll get to our top stories but first josh joins us with a look at your weekend forecast. >> it's going to be getting colder and colder. as you probably heard that wind is going to be a factor too. speaking of which very chilly 6 degrees out there. as you can see there's also some very cold spots in a lot of places this morning in the single digits.
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there is a chance you can see a flake or two because a cold front is rolling through the state this morning. it may generate a random flurry or two. otherwise we turn increasingly sunny and windy with colder temperatures streaming on in. that means falling temperatures this afternoon. so after highs around these levels teens to single digits from south to north. the temperatures get even colder this afternoon and you know they're getting cold tonight and windy too. timeline for all that coming up in your full forecast. >> ever source energy is preparing for this weekend's temperatures. the company says the cold makes it even more critical to get the power back on if it goes out. they say its crews are ready to work outside if needed. >> we are staffed through the weekend. we have folks especially on call to respond to any problems. so if power should go out you can get it back on as quickly as possible. >> if you have any power
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thefment they'll respond just as quickly as possible. >> now, to boston overnight the mbta ran empty, to prevent mechanical issues caused by the extreme cold. at this hour police are searching for the driver of a truck with new hampshire license plates who they believe intentionally hit a 15-year-old on a bicycle. this happened just before 2:00 friday afternoon. witnesses telling police the boy on the bike had been talking to the people in the truck before he rode away and the driver aggressively followed. now that teen is in a boston hospital with severe injuries. also now an armed robber in the louis in concord. brookside pizza 3 restaurant in manchester street just before 8:30 last night. the suspect showed a dark colored handgun. he's described as a white man
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and white scarf over his face. please contact concord police. this morning relief for a 17-year-old girl who investigators say was harassed for months. officers arrested jason hunter this week. >> police say this was a disturbing case of harassment that got to the point where two strangers apparently showed up at the victim's home looking for sex. >> 30-year-old jason hunter is accused of harassing and stalking his 17-year-old female coworkerer. since december the man allegedly bothered the girl through text email and facebook. >> he was sending her some sort of messages regarding sexual activity. kind of just harassing threatening, want to kill yourself. rsh the situation came to a head last weekend when two men
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in response to an on-line ad soliciting sex. >> i believe at this point the suspect placed an ad soliciting sexual encounter. and the gentleman that responded to that ad were the one that is showed up. >> the girl contacted police after that incident. >> it got to a point where it was overwhelming. you're dealing with a 17-year-old girl probably not as concerned as somebody had been a little longer had been. >> the manager confirms hunter and the victim worked together here. she says the girl also reported the harassment to her supervisors who in turn called the police. the two were just acquaitances. >> she doesn't have any idea why it transpired this way. >> if faced with a similar situation police say to call them right away to prevent it from getting worse. they say hunter used the victim's personal information against her. >> when you put stuff on line what you put on line is very important. this gentleman could and probably did learn a lot about this girl and i think it's very
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can. >> hunter was arrained on friday morning and is being held on $5,000 cash bail. he will be back in court next month. >> family is home safe this morning after a dream cruise to nightmare. three generations of the nick ols family were on board the storm. the captain ordered all $4,000 on board to stay inside their rooms for nine hours they hunk dangered down as everything loose was tossed about. >> i didn't think about like if i had to say good-bye to anybody because the captain said that everything was ok. but it still didn't mean we weren't scared. trr ship returned to new jersey late wednesday. as for the nichols they are already planning to take a makeup cruise this fall. this morning the last remaining shoe peg mill in the world is a
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the peg mill went up in flames late friday afternoon. it appears it could be the last chapter in its 1139 year history. -- 139 year history. >> paul was working in the front of the 34,000 square foot mill when a passer bi yelled that the back of the mill was on fire. >> i ran through the room and into the finishing room that's when i noticed the fire above me on the second floor. which is where the last four driers of its kind in the world were actually running. they were still running while the fire was going. >> a mill that once employed dozens now had three workers left. the building couldn't be insured and in fact the owner had just signed papers to sell. >> originally the peg mental illness made wooden pegs to hold soles and heels on the shoes. then the tack came out in the
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the peg business. there used to be 26 peg mental illness alone in anything. -- mils and the he has put out a small fire. but in a place with so much saw dust and wood product. efforts to save it with too long too late. >> there must have been a spark that set off the saw dust. it's amazing. you know how many hours we've run those driers and nothing has ever happened. we've got explosion proof lights and a sprinkler system. but unbelievable. >> the original peg mil was located in the building that now houses the common man restaurant. the mil was moved to bartlett in 1878. peta has ended its protest in the newport winter carnival upset over an event billed as a greased pig on ice. what peta didn't realize is there is no pig involved at all.
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wearing a pig costume. the organizers said he told peta that no pigs would be harmed before the protest started. the 100 newport winter carnival wraps up this weekend. coming up next, two teenagers are dead after a shooting in a school. what officials say happened here. a water main break leaves behind a beautiful frozen mess
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>> a look at those houses out on the very thin ice over the big lake in meredith where it is very chilly. single digits now and we are going to be even colder. we'll have details on that. when things get milder again. >> authorities in arizona are investigating a suspected murder suicide. a high school was put on lockdown after shots fell rang out. two girls died in the incident. their bodies were discovered in the cafeteria area. police say a gun and a suicide note were found nearby. today pope frances continues his five-day trip in mexico. the pontiff meets with mexican officials today. the pope is expected to touch on some of the grave problems facing mexico stemming from drug violence. he will also speak with mexico's bishop before going to mexico the pope med with the
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for the first time in 50 years commercial flights between cuba and the united states will resume. the new deal will allow u.s. airlines bid on rulets for dozens of u.s. to cuba flights per day the two countries are expected to formally sign the agreement next week. a water main break is causing big problems in scranton pennsylvania. a pipe broke sending water skyward. it quickly froze on to power lines, street signs, houses and more. about 30 homes and businesses officials aren't sure what caused that valve to burst temperatures. guess. i think you're right on that. you may want to call them. >> good stuff. it is going to be cold. we may want to investigate that after the break. >> we'll be right back with the forecast. then incredible new developments in how the earth may have formed. how a theory by einstein was
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>> no doubt you've realized it's going to be a cold week. my job is to tell you exactly how cold and when it's the coldest. clouds and temperature only 9 degrees. winds are calm. southwest out of the one to two miles an hour. but those winds will be picking
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temperatures around the region. single digits and teens. let's investigate more thoroughly here. single digits. and you get into some parts of the state a few double digits here and there. central parts of the state more of the same either side of 5, 7 degrees in the lakes region and northern new hampshire just as cold if not colder. below zero at the moment. the winds are light. that's the saving grace at the moment. but that will not last as the winds will be picking up out of the west-northwest through today by midday i think you will be noticing them. this afternoon and into this evening is when they will be at their strongest. those gusts 25 to 35 miles an hour. so while that's not enough to cause really any damage maybe a few stray branches, it will certainly be enough to make it feel bitterly cold. here's overnight and into tomorrow morning where those winds continue to gust and you can see how cold it will be feeling out there.
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themselves and we will show you how cold it will feel in a moment. clouds and clear skies. a few flurries of possibility because a cold front kicking through the state right now bringing in very cold air from canada. it's coming down and visiting here only today and tomorrow then begins to pull away. it will make its presence felt. thanks to this cold front that swings through high pressure builds in but takes all day for the winds to calm. monday tuesday afternoon snow. temperatures. they peak around midday and start to fall through the afternoon. how about those feels like temperatures? this is what it will be feeling like throughout the day today. feeling like below zero. pretty much everywhere. single digits in southern new hampshire get farther to the north feels like double digits below zero in central and northern new hampshire. then tonight you can see it feels like anywhere from 10 to 40 below zero at times overnight tonight and into tomorrow morning.
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temperatures that it will feel like with the winds when you put the temperature and the wind together. the actual highs today will be in the single dinths and teens as you see here falling aws we go through the afternoon. here's the rest of the weekend. coldest night. very bitterly cold tomorrow morning and windy too. the winds subside a bit late tomorrow and into tomorrow night and temperatures start to get milder. >> think about your animals. pets at home. >> make sure you think of them. even if you cast aside somebody bring them back in. make up for the day. >> kind of touched that. einstein was right. a prediction he made has just been confirmed. scientists call it historic. and new technology made it possible. >> pam reports this discovery could unlock the secrets of how the earth came to be. >> you have to use a little imagination and a lot of
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scientists are so excite. >> this is a huge deal for us because up to this point we hadn't been able to hear anything from the stars. but with this we're able to listen to the stars. >> they gathered to celebrate and explain. its final confirmation masses in the universe collide and sent waves of nverage at the speed of light. >> the power and explosion was brighter for that brief moment. than all the shining stars in the universe. >> astronomers set up twin observatories which for decades listened. last fall they heard something. >> it sounds like a chirp. so it would be a woop kind of signal. >> those waves sliced through matter and remain clean just like they were created acting as a messenger to carry
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the earth. 1.3 billion light years away. >> the next step? answering questions about how our world was formed. >> so we can listen to things happening. this first signal is like the first big bump in the night. >> that was pam reporting. scientists say they're over the moon about this. they're also back at work on the next thing as one put it ready to expect the unexpected. coming up next just because it's cold outside doesn't mean you can't enjoy a pop of color inside. we'll show you some plants that don't mind the cool weather. did our next half our, temperatures are well below freezing but die hard snow lovers say bring it on. what you need to keep in mind. >> a very special adopt a pet this week. a pair of sisters. they're a mix both deaf but learning sign language playful happy and adorable. look at those eyes.
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>> welcome back to today's grow it green. i'm joined by margaret from unh cooperative extension.
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color which is always nice to see this time of year. tell me all these plants also have something else in common. >> they are very tolerant of cool temperatures if you do a lot of wood stove heating and you have little pockets of your house that stay a little cool. >> next to you there again some colorful plants. >> this is sold commonly at christmastime. right next to that is this prim rose you're starting to see these for sale now. they're a great plant that blooms during the winter. you can plant it outside afterwards and most will survive. >> speaking of kitchen table we've got herbs. >> do very well in cool temperatures. by cool temperatures i mean temperatures that run anywhere from the high 40's up to about 60. >> next to the herbs is something that i don't normally think of as cool tolerant plants.
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>> these are all cackty and they go more or less dormant during the winter. you don't need to water them very often. they will tolerate cool temperatures down to about 45 degrees. colors also. something called what? >> this is clivia my favorite plant. it. >> that's why it's there. it likes to have really cool temperatures in the fall while it's going dormant. generally it will bloom for you in late winter early spring and has a nice fragrance. >> speaking of fragrance, something we've often think >> yes. temperatures. everybody thinks it has to grow in a hot climate. that's not necessarily true. during the winter you need to have cooler temperatures. >> moving on there down we've got more christmas cactus. what's up there? >> we have an azail awe up here.
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they put them in refrigerators. >> i associate those with springtime there. but -- >> they have both christmas and mother's day. >> two more plants. >> this is an orange which is in bloom. right behind it you have that pink-red commeelia. >> so here a lot of different option but they do need different light levels. >> general rule of thumb for watering is if the top inch is dry you can do a watering. >> that's it for today's grow it green. >> thank you. coming up in our next half hour, emergency inspections after a horrific accident on i-93. a young teacher killed by a flying manhole cover. the latest details ahead. plus lawsuit filed. a new hampshire man is headed to court after his vaporizer explodes in his pocket.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we are. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, 7:31, and here' s a look at the top stories on the half hour. despite the bitter cold, it' s a holiday weekend and a popular time to hit the slopes. there is a wind chill advisory in bennington until 10:00 sunday morning, so use caution if you are outdoors. we now know the name of the woman killed by a manhole cover friday in boston. caitlin clavette was an elementary art teacher in milton massachusetts. police say a 200-pound manhole cover went airborne and smashed through her windshield . and the gop candidates will take to the stage tonight for a debate in south carolina. this is their final debate before voters head to the polls
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we will get all those stories and more in just a minute. let' s check in with josh and the weather center. josh: it' s cold out there now, but the big difference between now and later today, tonight, and tomorrow is we are not windy yet. we will be getting so. let' s pan across the bay, the memorial bridge of the seacoast is 11 degrees, one of the warmest spots around the state. single digits and low double digits at the moment. but no wind. the wind is coming. clouds and flurries, this is all been caused by a cold front that' s rolling through today. that cold from earning even the north. and windy conditions as well. you start to notice the wind later this morning, any time 10:00 or 11:00. s a look at your high temperatures, that is where we keep -- we peak. we talk about feels like temperatures, which will be bitterly cold, in a few minutes. amy: between the holiday weekend
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time to hit the slopes. our stephanie woods is at resort all night for "midnight madness." stephanie: you have to be a little mad to be out here in the overnight low here was 10 degrees. we found that one man' s frost is another man' s treasure. >> and i would say tonight here great. everything' s been groomed really ve just been flying down the trails, haven' t we? stephanie: as the skiers and boarders plummet down the slopes at crotched mountain friday night, the mercury is also falling. it will drop to just 11 degrees before the ski resort closes at 3:00 in the morning. but doug walker says he' ll take the freezing cold, after the unseasonable warmth earlier this winter. doug: well tell you the truth, this has been such an erratic year, that for all we know, maybe we have only 3 or 4 weeks of skiing for the entire winter. so this little window of opportunity popped in for us so we' re trying to get a few times
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stephanie: while most skiers and boarders are trying to tough it out -- >> do you think you have to be it' s this cold? >> yes. >> not really. if it gets that cold i think we' ll call it a day, or night. stephanie: others are starting to feel the chill. >> it is kinda chilly up there and i can' t feel my cheeks anymore. stephanie: there' s a wind chill advisory in bennington from midnight until 10:00 sunday morning, which means a danger of crotched mountain wants people to come out and enjoy the 12 inches of powder on the mountain, but stay safe. >> no as long as you' re layered up correctly, which is important. you know this cold weather you can get through, with the right layering. and with the crotched rocket being a high-speed chair, you can get more laps in more quickly. so in between hot chocolate runs , and then go back inside and warm up. s a deal that will warm your heart. for valentine'
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you can see -- ski for just $14. stephanie woods, wmur news 9. amy: remember, the extreme cold can be dangerous. so the red cross is offering several tips to stay safe. wear layers of lightweight gloves and a hat will help prevent losing body heat. leave your faucets dripping to freezing. and please bring your pets s not possible, make sure they have enough shelter to keep them warm, and access to remember, wmur.com is your source for the most up to date, accurate weather information 24 hours a day. view current conditions for your city, or use our interactive radar feature to track the conditions in your neighborhood. you can get the forecast while you' re out and about with our wmur storm watch app. it' s free for iphone and android users. right now -- a community is mourning the loss of an art teacher after a tragic accident.
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elementary art teacher in milton , massachusetts died early friday morning after an accident on i-93 in boston. police say a 200-pound manhole cover went airborne and smashed through the windshield of her car early friday morning. cameras on the highway show an suv changing lanes. investigators believe that suv dislodged the manhole cover, sending it through the air and into the windshield. the department of transportation is now re-inspecting 500 sewer gates, utility panels and manhole covers on highways in boston. right now -- a deadly officer-involved shooting in boston in under investigation. police say they shot and killed a man yesterday morning after he pointed a gun at them. investigators say two men were shot inside a home before police arrived. a third man took off from the scene and that' s when officers confronted him. the shooting victims are being treated at a local hospital, it' s unclear this morning what prompted the incident. a granite stater is suing after he says he was burned by an
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exploded in his pocket. matthew gilson claims the lithium battery, the power pocket. -- power source for his vaporizer blew up in his pocket. after two surgeries and two weeks in the hospital, gilson says he is still in pain, and it could be up to a year before he is fully healed. both the store and the manufacturer are named in the lawsuit. >> before i even bought it he had it all assembled and just handed it to me, tried it i was good to go. >> when you buy a cigarette , you know it is very dangerous and it can kill you. it can cause lung cancer. but these don' t have those kinds of warnings, so the manufacturer should put them on and the store should warn them before they sell them to them. amy: we searched online for the battery gilson had -- it does have a warning that says it may explode or catch fire if mistreated. gilson said he did not mistreat it. the store declined to comment for this story and the manufacturer did not respond to our questions. in commitment 2016 coverage now, focus in the granite state has
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race. and governor maggie hassan are pointing fingers at each other over the "people' the people' s pledge is a formal agreement between candidates to keep third party money out of the campaigns. and as we first reported thursday -- the republican senator called on hassan to sign the pledge. but instead of signing it hassan made a counter offer, suggesting a complete $15 million overall spending cap for each campaign. ayotte rejected hassan' s proposal, and the governor called it business as usual washington, d.c. style. hassan: senator ayotte sent out a statement that indicates she' s taking the lead from washington and saying take it or leave it to me. just shows you she doesn' t want to keep the spending out of the and it' s really just politician t want to sign the peoples pledge.
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million on hand. and governor hassan who entered the senate race in october has under $2 million. republican jim gilmore has suspended his campaign for president. the former virginia governor struggled in polls, only qualifying for the "undercard" debates twice. in a statement, gilmore says he will support the republican party' s eventual nominee. right now -- republican presidential hopefuls are gearing up to take the debate stage in south carolina. this is the last debate before south carolina voters head to the polls next saturday. abc' s chuck sivertsen takes a look at how candidates are trying to keep their momentum. hillary clinton: thank you. chuck: democratic rivals hillary their party manners on display at a political dinner. they clashed in debate thursday. sanders: madam secretary, that is a low blow. chuck: now they' for african-american votes in south carolina -- with tv ads. >> we need to believe in a chuck: hillary clinton' s invoking the charleston church >> she said there' s a shooting
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dropped the phone. chuck: donald trump is marching into south carolina with a big lead in the polls. trump: we won every single category in new hampshire. chuck: trump confident enough to pull negative campaign ads -- but still drawing a new bead on rival ted cruz, tweeting -- "if @tedcruz doesn' t clean up his act, stop cheating, & doing negative ads, i have standing to sue him for not being a natural born citizen." cruz: there is more than a little irony in donald accusing anyone of being nasty. chuck: it' s a likely preview of saturday night' s debate, when trump will be the man to beat, in a state heavy with evangelical voters. just in time for the south carolina gop primary february 20. chuck sivertsen, abc news, new york. amy: happening today, granite staters can head to the ice to grab a nice cold pint. the second annual ice fest is winnipesaukee today.
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the state are participating. coordinators are advising attendees to come prepared with warm clothing and grips for boots. coming up next dick umile will , hit a milestone as unh takes on vermont tonight. jamie staton will tell us about it next in sports. josh: it' s cold out there, the heat has been running all night, but as they say, you ate seen nothing yet.
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>> meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch nine forecast. josh: you' ve heard all the advertising this weekend for the cold weather, let' s get into the particulars, starting off cloudy in some spots like here in manchester, the temperatures of balmy 10. the wind is calm, it' s hard to believe it' windy weekend. but the wind should be picking hours. by midday today, you should be starting to notice it and by choice but to notice the wind that will be howling and making things feel colder. temperatures in the single-digit s a look at the wind of the west, northwest at five to 10 miles per hour. go through the day. here' s noon, anywhere from 10, 25 mile an hour gusts could be
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picking up to the 25 mile or 235 mile an hour range. -- 35 mile an hour range. tonight the wind will be the greatest level. this means very cold conditions. the wind gusts overnight and into tomorrow morning are quite strong. not strong enough to cause widespread damage. i think you have a few branches here and there, but i don' t think widespread power outages are in this equation. the big story is how cold the wind gusts will make it feel. around the state, we do have some clouds and even some flurries. and mountains, we can' t rule out a flurry for the next hour or two in the state. of than that, partly to mostly sunny. this cold front is pushing through the state. the big impact as the cold
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cold weather that is cross in the great lakes. this is the very beginning of a storm system coming ashore in northern parts of united states and northwestern u.s. and western canada, it will be headed in this direction for monday night into tuesday. until then, cold air sinks down in this weekend. in terms of conditions out there, clouds are breaking for some sunshine, with that cold front sneaks through today. the wind picks up and the temperatures head downwards. high-pressure tomorrow means sunshine, but windy and the next weather system comes ashore on the west coast, but makes it here by monday night into tuesday. it will turn into rain and freezing rain on tuesday. the feels like temperatures in the windchill, you can see anywhere from 10 to 35 below
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it little better by tomorrow afternoon, as the wind will be calming down a little bit. the temperatures today will at least feel cold, but they will be helped by some sunshine developing, and that he gets even colder as we head into tonight and tomorrow morning. in the week ahead is not quite as cold, we will see a couple of weather systems rolling through. the most potent system will be monday night into tuesday and starts us know it goes over to sleet and freezing rain. it could be a driving rain is sometime on tuesday afternoon. amy: that sounds joyful. josh: it is swell. amy: campaign signs are a pretty common sight in new hampshire right now. state law requires them to be taken down by february 19, except for the signs of primary winners. but a project at unh is re-using the materials, to create gadgets for people with disabilities. >> i' m known nationally and internationally as the macgyver
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we started taking election signs them as well. for children with disabilities. the discarded election signs popped into my head in 2012. i was driving down the road and i saw all of these election signs. i thought oh my gosh. i think this is over did. hello, i have known marika since you were this big. at this table, when you cut me up, give me to 12 feet. the concept of trying to get some to blend in with their chair. >> where is my second piece. >> it was cool seeing the application right front of us, seeing someone who needs to use assistive technology and being able to practice it. we do a letter building, it' s
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fabricated by ourselves and really put it like everyone else was saying, to a real-life subject. >> what is great, we feel -- we think about campaign-finance, we hear about how much money was raised for this person. and you think where' s the money going? some of that money is being used to produce all of these election signs. >> i think it is great, it' s great for the kids to have someone come in and have a real problem to solve. it makes them think carter of the solution. it' s a real person trying to help. >> now, jamie staton and news nine sports. jamie: unh and vermont lang hockey games this weekend. last night in a weekend opener, the coach had his 990th career game. tyler cleans up the rebound, he has 1-0 and after one of the
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score after they get the fish cleaned off the ice. mr. mcnicholas scores, and he got the assist for his 100th career point. the first unit to do that in 10 years. the last two goals belonged to vermont, and it is a vermont win 3-2. >> coach, your thoughts. >> obviously, the winning goal was a tough goal to take. but again, we just played too much time in our own end. we have to come out here tomorrow and find a way to get this in. >> a couple of times we were down deep in the zone too much, giving them possessions. that is where the chances happen. you have to focus in on getting the puck in their zone of being tied in our own end. jamie: dortmund -- dartmouth loses union at home. they' re back on the ice tonight. limit marathon trials being held
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seven new hampshire runners competing to try and make it to team usa for the limits. have a great saturday. amy: a seventh grader from durham needs your votes to get her art on google' s homepage. hannah jeong is the state winner of the ' doodle for google' contest, and the oyster river middle school is celebrating. hannah was among tens of across the country who submitted -- tens of thousands across the country who submitted designs to the popular search engine. the theme of this year' s contest is, "what makes me, me?" hannah jeong: i want to be a fashion designer when i grow up , and my design was models in the pose of google and then i drew myself in the middle. until february 22. the top five finalists will visit google and receive s google doodle design will be featured for a day. still ahead on news 9 this morning -- organizing your life. some simple tips to de-clutter and organize your home
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now to our u-local hot shot. jinxy the dog needs a valentine, who could say no to that face? you can submit your pictures and
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amy: 25% of americans have so much stuff -- they can' t fit their cars into their two-car garage. that' s according to the u.s. department of energy. it can be tough to declutter --
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simplify. josh: a lot of people are like that. abc' s lana zak spoke with some experts on how you can organize your home. lana: it is said humans adore chaos because we seek to produce order in our lives. perhaps that' s why the number one and two bestsellers on the new york times self-help list are by marie kondo, a japanese organization guru. according to one estimate, we spend a total of 3700 hours rummaging through clutter, searching for items we' ve misplaced. lisa: i have tried very hard to have hooks and places for where things should be. and yet it' s still -- where is this, where is that? lana: lisa says she struggles to keep up. lisa: it' s a little overwhelming. school papers, bills, actual work stuff all in the same teeny-tiny little space. lana: a message heard again and again. caitlyn: i just tend to keep the other people organized and then forget about myself. keisha: i get too tired, then i don' t do anything for like three
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lana: i enlisted the help of professional organizer amy dobson to teach us her expert secrets. amy: if you haven' t used it in six months to a year, get rid of it. lana: amy says the first tip -- don' t over think it. amy: sort everything into keep/to do, donate, or trash recycle. lana: next -- know what you use. amy: turn your hangers around. t wear. lana: her third tip -- design systems with the whole family in one parent couldn' t get her kids to put away their laundry. >> they just had a lot of bins. and they could get the clothes in the bins they weren' t folded but it didn' t matter because it wasn' t in the living room anymore. lana: amy says one of the biggest pitfalls she encounters is when one person said that the organization system and the rest of the family doesn' t follow along. to avoid this, do it together. and if you need more motivation, one researcher found cluttered kitchens prompted people to eat 44% more snack food than a kitchen that was organized and decluttered.
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amy: set up an organization system together. josh: [laughter] yeah, right. amy: in your house, not mine. josh: we can get the weekend forecast together. it' s going to be cold out there. altogether freezing, in fact through the day today, tonight, tomorrow, wind chill' s below zero pretty much all weekend long. sometimes tonight into tomorrow morning as much as 10 to 30 or more below zero. amy: a great day to clear out a closet. the news continues at the top of the hour -- with today' s top stories. coming up next -- cold weather preps. how eversource is making sure your power stays on during this extreme cold. also, a tragic loss. the last remaining shoe peg mill in the world is destroyed in a fire. what the owner thinks happened
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josh: a cold start, getting even colder as we take a look at dangerous temperatures we see in the state going right through the weekend. >> is kinda chilly up there and i can' t feel my cheeks anymore. amy: despite the bitter cold temps, not everyone is hiding inside. why skiers and snowboarders say this is exactly what they' ve been waiting for. a piece of history, up in smoke. how the owner of the world' s last shoe-peg mill thinks a devastating fire may have started. >> everybody was running there were stools flying past you. amy: vacation gone wrong.
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nine hours of terror on cruise to the bahamas. this morning, so happy to be on solid ground. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire , it is 8:01 on saturday, february 13. i' m amy coveno. we' ll get to our top stories in just a minute. but first, josh judge joins us in the weather center with a look at your weekend forecast. a little valentine with your forecast. josh: cold heart -- warm heart, cold outdoors. seven in concord, these temperatures have not budge. don' t look for them to do a whole lot of budging except downwards later today. that' s for sure. the wind is quite calm, you will notice them picking up over the next couple of hours. re really gusting. partly cloudy out there right
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through, a random flurry or snow shower is a possibility. as because a cold front is rolling through and bringing in season. t get quite that cold today. tonight, it could in some spots. your highs for today, not a we are right now. and then they fall, a little move them up a couple of degrees. then they fall this afternoon in the wind will be a big factor. we talk about that come in when we come out of this icebox scenario in a few minutes. amy: eversource energy is preparing for this weekend' s frigid temperatures. the company says the extreme cold makes it even more critical to get the power back on if it goes out. eversource says its crews are ready to work outside if needed. lauren collins: we are staffed throughout the weekend. we have folks who are especially on call overnight to respond to any problems so that if power should go out for any reason at all, we can get it back on as quickly as possible. amy: if you have any power issues this weekend, eversource says to call them and they' ll
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in boston overnight, the mbta ran empty commuter trains. officials say they do this to prevent mechanical issues caused by the extreme cold. amy: at this hour, police in lowell massachusetts are searching for the driver of a truck with new hampshire plates, who they believe intentionally hit a 15-year-old on a bicycle. it happened just before 2:00 friday afternoon. witnesses told police the boy on the bike had been talking to the people in the truck before he rode away and the driver aggressively followed. right now, that teen is at a boston hospital with severe injuries. also now an armed robber is on , the loose in concord and now investigators are asking for the public' s help. officers responded to the brookside pizza-three restaurant on manchester street just before 8:30 last night. the suspect showed a dark colored handgun before taking off. he' s described as a white male, about 5' 10" in his late 20' s or early 30'
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a white scarf over his face. if you have any information, please call concord police at 225-8600. this morning, relief for a 17-year-old girl who investigators say was harassed for months by a man from nashua. officers arrested jason hunter this week. wmur' s mike cronin reports from hollis, where the victim lives. mike: police say this was a disturbing case of harassment that got to the point where two strangers apparently showed up to the girl' s house, looking for sex. 30-year-old jason hunter is accused of harassing and stalking his 17-year-old female co-worker. since december, the nashua man allegedly bothered the girl through text, email, and facebook. >> he was sending her some sort of messages regarding sexual activity, just harassing, threatening, why don' t you kill yourself, things of that nature. mike: police say the situation came to a head last weekend, when two men showed up the victim' s hollis home, in
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soliciting sex. >> believe at this point that the suspect had placed an ad on craigslist soliciting sexual encounter with a male of some sort, and the gentlemen who responded to that ad were the ones who showed up at her residence. mike: the girl contacted police after that incident. >> it got to a point where it was overwhelming for her. and again, you' re dealing with a 17-year-old girl, probably not as concerned as somebody who had been around a little longer would' ve been. mike: the manager of kohl' s in nashua confirms hunter and the victim worked together here. she says the girl also reported the harassment to her supervisors, who in turn, called hollis police. the two were just acquaintances. >> she doesn' t have any idea why it transpired this way but they were not in any sort of relationship. mike: if faced with a similar situation, police say to call them right away to prevent it from getting worse. they say hunter used the victim' s personal information against her. >> when you put stuff online, what you put online is very important. this gentleman could and probably did learn a quite a bit about this girl from her social media postings. and i think it'
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information to try to stay as private as you possibly can. mike: hunter was arraigned friday morning and is being held on $5,000 cash bail. he' ll be back in court next month. in hollis, mike cronin, wmur news 9. amy: a family from epping is home safe this morning, after a dream cruise to the bahamas turned into a nightmare. three generations of the nichols family were on board the anthem of the seas. the ship was pummeled by a powerful storm. the captain ordered all 4,000 on board to stay in their rooms. for nine hours -- the nichols hunkered down, as everything loose was tossed. >> i didn' t think about like, if i had to say goodbye to anybody because the captain said t scared. amy: the ship returned to new jersey late wednesday. already planning to take a make-up cruise this fall. shoe peg mill in the world, is a pile of ashes.
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bartlett went up in flames late friday afternoon. as wmur' s tom griffith tells us, it appears it could be the last chapter in its 139 year history. tom: owner paul soares was working in the front of the 34,000 square foot mill when a passerby yelled the back of the mill was on fire. >> i ran through the saw room, then through the point and splitting room and that' s when i noticed the fire above me. on the second floor and thats where the last few dryers of its kind in the world were running and they were running while the fire was going. tom: a mill that once employed dozens, now had just three workers left. the building couldn' t be insured, in fact soares who has owned it since 2001 -- had just signed papers to sell. >> originally the peg mills made wooden pegs to hold the soles and heels on the shoes and then
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s and the peg business went down hill. there use to be 26 peg mills in tom: there was a fire in 1910. and soares has put out a small fire since he owned it. but in a place with so much saw dust and wood product as an ignition source, efforts to save it were too little too late . >> there must have been a spark and it set off that sawdust. you know how many hours we have run those dryers and nothing ever happened? we have explosion proof lights , unbelievable. tom: tom griffith, wmur news 9. amy: the original peg mill was located in the building that now houses the common man restaurant in ashland. the mill was moved to bartlett in 1878. the newport winter carnival. the group was upset over an event billed as a "greased pig on ice." t realize is that there' s no pig involved at all, it' s just a man on ice
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the organizer says he told "people for the ethical treatment of animals" that no pigs would be harmed before the protest started. the 100th newport winter carnival wraps up this weekend. happening today, a special event is taking place at the pinball wizard arcade in pelham. 16 players will compete for the chance to be crowned the 2015 international flipper pinball association state champion. the winner will represent new hampshire at this year' s national championship, next month in las vegas. coming up on news 9 this morning, two teenagers are dead after a shooting at a suburban arizona school. what officials say happened. plus -- a water main break leaves behind a beautiful frozen mess for some businesses and residents in pennsylvania.
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josh: good morning, and welcome back. claudia there this morning, some areas cloudy, some clear. we see those clouds clearing max out this morning and then fall this afternoon as the wind will be picking up as well. of the weekend in a few minutes. amy: right now -- authorities in arizona are investigating a suspected murder-suicide. a high school in glendale was put on lockdown after shots rang out friday morning. police say two 15-year-old girls died in the incident. their bodies were discovered near the cafeteria area, under a covered patio. police say a gun and a suicide note were found nearby. today, pope francis continues his five-day trip in mexico. today, the pontiff meets with mexican officials and foreign ambassadors at the national palace. the pope is expected to touch on some of the grave problems facing mexico stemming from drug violence, migration, and poverty. he will also speak with mexico' s bishop at the cathedral of the
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before going to mexico, the pope met with the head of the russian orthodox church. a water main break is causing some big problems in scranton, pennsylvania. a 12-inch pipe broke early thursday morning, sending water shooting up into the air. it quickly froze on power lines, street signs, houses, and more. about 30 homes and businesses were affected. t sure what caused the valve to burst. a movie scene. josh: lori severe ice storm. we are dealing with the severe cold that we have not seen a lot of this far this year. amy: josh will be right back with his forecast and then. incredible new developments in how the earth may have formed. how a theory by einstein was
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full size truck in new england. >> meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch nine forecast. josh: cloudy partly cloudy, but the big story that everyone is talking about it waiting for this weekend, maybe i waiting for in a good way, is the cold. 13 degrees on the seacoast, one of the mildest spots around. the wind is beginning to pick up a little west at about seven at the moment. 13 is one of the higher readings along with jaffrey, still in the
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a lot of us will climb up into the double digits briefly this morning with a little bit of sunshine. and then fall through the midday and afternoon hours. the wind is still fairly light out there, 5, 10, to 15 miles an hour. into the middle part of the day, the wind is picking up, the red and orange is showing where the wind could gust over 20, 25, 30 miles per hour this afternoon. and tonight as well. look at all of that wind. i don' t think it is strong enough to cause any damage, and there, but certainly cold enough to make it feel bitterly, even dangerously cold out there. as we head into tomorrow morning, the wind will subside a bit through the day tomorrow, especially by afternoon, and even in the afternoon, it is still breezy. with temperatures this cold, anyway and feels quite bitter. certainly, they fall off a little bit in the afternoon. that allows sunday night temperatures to drop yet again,
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the cold front that' s been crossing the state this morning, you can see is generating a few clouds and even a few flurries here and there. we can' t rule out a flurry or snow showers through the morning hours through about midmorning. and then we clear out the skies and crank up the wind. already gusting over the great lakes, that' s what we have all these lake-effect snow showers. we don' t often see them this pronounced this late in the season, because the great lakes often freeze over. but i haven' t done so yet. this will help with the cold air mass coming down from canada. stay off the ice around here this weekend, despite cold temperatures. hasn' t been cold enough to be safe. a look at what we are going to be seeing in terms of that cold front coming through. here' s the front dropping through is an ocean storm intensifies and drags down the colder air. high pressure moves over the area tomorrow, and monday we start off with gray skies and the clouds are thickening. it system along the coast will come up towards us and bring us a mix of rain -- snow and
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still a few? . temperatures go up and that comes afternoon. this afternoon, temperatures have fallen and continue to do so overnight. double digits below zero for most places tonight, that doesn' t even include the wind. the wind makes us feel even colder, 10 to as much as 35 below zero overnight tonight into tomorrow morning. futurecast showing a couple of snow showers today, otherwise we' re just looking at increasing sunshine. that will be around today and tomorrow as well. highs today in the single digits and teens. following this afternoon. your overnight lows do not include the wind, the wind chill factor is much colder. tomorrow, mostly in the single digits with the wind making it feel below zero all day tomorrow. monday, bright and slowly modifying temperatures. tuesday in the 30' s and 40' s. we had to watch a storm system that will move through monday night into tuesday and definitely starts out a snow
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rain that could mix in during the day on tuesday. amy: that sounds sloppy. josh: they could be. amy: thanks, josh. einstein was right. a prediction he made 100 years ago has just been confirmed. scientists call it historic, and new technology made it possible. joshua: pam cross, from our sister station wcvb, reports this discovery could unlock the secrets of how the earth came to be. pam: you have to use a little imagination and a lot of animation to understand why scientists are so excited. matthew evans: this is a huge this point we couldn' t hear anything from the stars, but with this we can actually listen to the stars. pam: they gathered at mit to celebrate and explain. it' s final confirmation of a part of albert einstein' s theory of relativity that masses in the universe collide, and send waves of energy at the speed of light. nergris malvalvala: the power of the explosion was brighter in that moment than all the shining stars in the universe . pam: astronomers at mit and caltech set up twin observatories called ligo which
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last fall -- after 28 years -- they heard something. >> it sounds like a chirp. something up in frequency so it would be a whoop kind of signal. pam: those waves slice right through matter and remain clean just like when they were created , acting -- nergis: as a messenger to carry information back to us here on earth, 1.3 billion light years away. pam: the next step, answering questions about how our world was formed. >> we can listen to things happening in the universe and this first signal is like the first big bump in the night. amy: that was pam cross reporting. scientists say they' re over the moon about this they' re also back at work on the next thing . as one put it, ready to expect the unexpected. coming up next, if you' re looking for a dish to impress sweetheart with this weekend, we have the perfect idea.
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and in the next half hour of well below freezing right now, bring it on. what you need to keep in mind before hitting the slopes. in this week' have a pair of sisters. they are adorable. being showed to us by meredith ryan. they' re both deaf. but are learning sign language, and are playful and happy. they are waiting for you at the live and let live farm.
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jamie: welcome to cook' s corner, getting ready for valentine' s day. with this is don hunt -- dawn hunts. i like your valentines color. >> i try. this morning, we are cooking infused hot pepper olive oil. jamie: i will just watch what you do all the work. >> in the bowl, we have lumped crabmeat, which is really easy to find by your local grocery store. the fish department. we have onions and peppers, you can just throw those right in. all of this stuff is breadcrumbs. jamie: i should have known that
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it looks a little different. >> it' s gluten-free bread crumbs. jamie: i have been gluten-free since 1990. >> if you need these then. you add your peppers and onions, throw your gluten-free breadcrumbs right in there. jamie: i cheat once in a while. but i' m largely gluten-free. now you mayonnaise while i do the eggs. >> that' s why put them on the side by me. jamie: it' s not a restaurant, but people can stop by. >> we make these wonderful infused olive oils, this is dried tarragon, put that in there. see how easy this is? jamie: there is more work to be done. >> this is it. you form an independent use and throw it into the frying pan. i' ve already got them going.
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jamie: crabmeat is the meat. >> you can do this with salmon, if you really wanted to. i have these guys going in the frying pan. in that wonderful hot pepper infused olive oil. we are doing this for valentine' s day, hot peppers of always been associated with aphrodisiac properties, they get your blood pumping and they raise your heart rate. jamie: you' re making me flustered. >> i do have that effect, when it comes to cooking. jamie: it smells delicious. take my word on it. >> we have that going, we' re going to make it into patties. i will do it so you don' t get your nice suit dirty. it' s so easy. jamie: a minute or so on each side. >> until it is brown. jamie: the crabmeat is not cooked already. >> it is. just make a crispy, that' s it.
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>> all of these can be found on our website. jamie: or stop by and visit in salem, anytime. your products can be found in all sorts of local stores. like whole foods. happy valentine' s day, thanks for spending some of the weekend here. a cold weekend. >> freezing, but this will keep you warm. jamie: bundle up with the bragg
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like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it is 8:31. i' m amy coveno, a live look at the thin ice. here' s a look at our top stories on the half hour. despite the bitter cold, it' s a holiday weekend and a popular time to hit the slopes.
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in bennington until 10:00 sunday morning so use caution if you , are outdoors. we now know the name of the woman killed by a manhole cover friday in boston. caitlin clavette was an elementary art teacher in milton massachusetts. police say a 200-pound manhole cover went airborne and smashed through her windshield. the gop candidates will take to the stage tonight for a debate in south carolina. this is their final debate before voters head to the polls a week from today. we' ll get to those stories and more in just a minute but first, we want to check in with josh judge. in the weather center for a look at today' s forecast. brr, right, josh? josh: it' s a balmy at seven degrees in concord, which is warm compared to where we go through the rest of the weekend. temperatures in single digits and double-digit' s, as you can see. the wind hasn' t even begun to kick up yet. that would making a big difference. the wind anywhere from five to
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they will be gusting as high as 20 or even 30 or 35 miles per hour by this afternoon into tonight. and tomorrow morning before they begin to very gradually subside during the day tomorrow. right now, partly cloudy, partly sunny as a cold front rolls to the region right now, sparking a few flurries or snow showers as that colder air comes down from canada. your highs today, single digits and teens. as we had through the afternoon, these high temperatures will begin to fall, and they keep falling this afternoon and tonight into tomorrow as well. we tell you how low they go, and what will feel like with the windchill coming up in the full forecast in a few minutes. amy: between the holiday weekend and massachusetts school vacation week, it' s a popular time to hit the slopes. our stephanie woods is at crotched mountain, where the ski resort all night for "midnight madness." stephanie: you have to be a little bit mad to be out here in this cold. the overnight low here was just 10 degrees. after talking with some of the guys, we found the one man' s frost is another man' s treasure. >> and i would say tonight here at crotched, the conditions are great.
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well, so we' ve just been flying down the trails, haven' t we? stephanie: as the skiers and boarders plummet down the slopes at crotched mountain friday night, the mercury is also it will drop to just 11 degrees before the ski resort closes at but doug walker says he' ll take the freezing cold, after the unseasonable warmth earlier this winter. doug: well tell you the truth, year, that for all we know, maybe we have only 3 or 4 weeks of skiing for the entire winter. so this little window of re trying to get a few times in during the week. stephanie: while most skiers and boarders are trying to tough it out -- >> do you think you have to be s this cold? >> yes. >> not really. if it gets that cold i think we' ll call it a day, or night. to feel the chill. and i can' t feel my cheeks stephanie: there' advisory in bennington from midnight until 10:00 sunday
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frostbite, and hypothermia. crotched mountain wants people to come out and enjoy the 12 inches of powder on the mountain, but stay safe. >> no as long as you' re layered up correctly, which is important. you know this cold weather you can get through, with the right layering. and with the crotched rocket being a high-speed chair, you can get more laps in more quickly. so in between hot chocolate runs you can get a few runs in quick, and then go back inside and warm up. stephanie: here is a deal that will warm your heart. today only, they are having a special. provide :00 and evening until 3:00 and one, you can ski for just $14. in bennington, stephanie woods, wmur news 9. amy: remember, the extreme cold can be dangerous. so the red cross is offering several tips to stay safe. wear layers of lightweight clothing to stay warm. gloves and a hat will help prevent losing body heat. leave your faucets dripping to prevent your pipes from freezing. do not use a stove or oven to heat the home. and please bring your pets indoors. if that' s not possible, make
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keep them warm, and access to unfrozen water. remember, wmur.com is your source for the most up to date, accurate weather information 24 hours a day. view current conditions for your city, or use our interactive radar feature to track the conditions in your neighborhood. you can get the forecast while you' re out and about with our wmur storm watch app. it' s free for iphone and android devices . right now -- a community is mourning the loss of an art teacher after a tragic accident. caitlin clavette who was an elementary art teacher in milton , massachusetts. she died early friday morning after an accident on i-93 in boston. police say a 200-pound manhole cover went airborne and smashed through the windshield of her car early friday morning. cameras on the highway show an suv changing lanes. investigators believe that suv dislodged the manhole cover, sending it through the air and into the windshield. the department of transportation
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gates, utility panels and manhole covers on highways in boston. a deadly officer-involved shooting in boston in under investigation. police say they shot and killed a man yesterday morning after he pointed a gun at them. investigators say two men were shot inside a home before police arrived. a third man took off from the scene and that' s when officers confronted him. the shooting victims are being treated at a local hospital, it' s unclear this morning what prompted the incident. in commitment 2016 coverage now, focus in the granite state has now shifted to the u.s. senate race. and both senator kelly ayotte and governor maggie hassan are pointing fingers at each other over the "people' s pledge." the people' s pledge is a formal agreement between candidates to keep third party money out of the campaigns. and as we first reported thursday -- the republican senator called on hassan to sign the pledge. but instead of signing it hassan made a counter offer, suggesting
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spending cap for each campaign. ayotte rejected hassan' s proposal, and the governor called it business as usual washington, d.c. style. governor hassan: senator ayotte sent out a statement that indicates she' s taking the lead from washington and saying take it or leave it to me. senator ayotte: clearly her response just shows you she doesn' t want to keep the spending out of the race. and it' s really just politician speak for i don' t want to sign the peoples pledge. amy: right now -- ayotte has a big edge with more than $6 million on hand. and hassan who entered the senate race in october has under $2 million. republican jim gilmore has suspended his campaign for president. the former virginia governor struggled in polls, only qualifying for the "undercard" debates twice. in a statement, gilmore says he will support the republican party' s eventual nominee. right now -- republican presidential hopefuls are gearing up to take the debate stage in south carolina. this is the last debate before south carolina voters head to
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look at how candidates are trying to keep their momentum. hillary clinton thank you. : chuck: democratic rivals hillary clinton and bernie sanders had their party manners on display at a political dinner. they clashed in debate thursday. sanders: madam secretary, that chuck: now they' for african-american votes in south carolina -- with tv ads. >> we need to believe in a leader like bernie sanders. s invoking the charleston church shootings. >> she said there' s a shooting around the church and i just dropped the phone. chuck: donald trump is marching into south carolina with a big lead in the polls. trump: we won every single category in new hampshire. chuck: trump confident enough to pull negative campaign ads -- but still drawing a new bead on rival ted cruz, tweeting -- "if @tedcruz doesn' t clean up his act, stop cheating, & doing
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sue him for not being a natural born citizen." cruz: there is more than a little irony in donald accusing anyone of being nasty. chuck: it' s a likely preview of saturday night' s debate, when trump will be the man to beat, in a state heavy with evangelical voters. jeb bush: is anybody here worried about the front-running candidate shouting out obscenities in front of children? chuck: just in time for the south carolina gop primary february 20. chuck sivertsen, abc news, new york. amy: happening today, granite staters can head to the ice to grab a nice cold pint. the second annual ice fest is taking place on the ice of lake winnipesaukee today. some of the finest breweries in the state are participating. coordinators are advising attendees to come prepared with warm clothing and grips for boots. coming up, dick umile will hit a milestone as unh takes on vermont tonight. jamie staton will tell us about it next in sports. josh: it' s cold out there, now getting only colder as we go through the next couple of days. we talk about the windchill you will be expecting to see today,
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge forecast. josh: some areas have clear skies in some areas are clouded over. files rolling through along with the cold front. fewer wondering where there are blue skies and 12 degrees, it is chilly and the wind is still under control. that will last for too long. right now, single digits and some spots. we should in many of these areas rise at least to the lower teens for a brief time this morning before those temperatures plummet through the midday and afternoon hours. zooming in closer, your storm watch nine spotter network temperatures showing temperatures in the teens in many parts of southeastern new hampshire. you had to southwestern new hampshire, and we are in the same single digits and lower double digits out there. central parts of the state around the lakes region anywhere
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northern new hampshire, a lot of single digits as well. that will feel warm compared to where you will be tomorrow morning at the same time. five to 15 mile-per-hour wind on average right now, they start to gust. by the time we get into the middle part of the day, you start noticing them around late morning early afternoon. either side of lunchtime. with what happens when we get into the afternoon hours, they start gusting higher. we are not talking damage, but we are talking maybe if you tree limbs down here and there. the big story, the biggest impact on these winds is how cold makes it feel, as it will be making it feel like it' s about whatever these winds are, that much below zero. meaning you could be 32 below zero feels like temperature at this time overnight come early tomorrow morning. keep that in mind, just a rough guide, gives you a rough idea of how much below zero it could be. let' s take a look at other factors. the clouds and sunshine out there right now, as we go diminish in the sunshine increases.
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this colder that' s bottled up in canada, we opened up the top of the bottle and we' re letting it for out. it hasn' t done so too many times in most of the year, that cold air has been bottled up next to el nio effects in canada. it' s allowed to fall down into new england this weekend. some clouds and flurries possible today, a cold front rolls through the state, that kicks up the wind for today. high-pressure and control tomorrow as well. the wind columns a little in the afternoon, it' s overhead and then pulls away on monday. a bright start allows clouds in monday night, and some snow moving in. the big question is this area of low pressure in the warm front. how far into the state does it go? it may come north so a lot of us change over to rain, freezing rain, sleet with perhaps snow in northern new hampshire before he pulls away tuesday evening. tuesday is the day to watch, still a few days away into early to tell. cold air spilling in, these the
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fall down into the 10 to 20, 30, even near 40 degree windchill factors tonight into tomorrow morning. these high temperatures in single digits and teens falling through the afternoon into the evening hours, below zero. the feels like temperature stays below zero all weekend long. the high temperature in southern new hampshire tomorrow a single digits. we are struggling to hit zero in the north country tomorrow for an actual temperature. winchell' s much colder. we' ll keep an eye on tuesday for you with a lot of questions. amy: thanks, josh. it' s going to be cold, but there' s a lot to keep you warm. what' s happening, new hampshire. shelley: it' s your chance to save a life today at the bone benefits 10-year-old jack who has down syndrome and is leukemia. it'
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you must be between the ages of 18 years old and 34 years old. please bring your health insurance card. you can help fight breast cancer at the pink ride. the ride starts at 10:00 at silver lake park in hollis. money raised will benefit st. joseph hospital rest care center in nashua. get a little love well helping homeless pets this valentine' s day. the cinema is holding a smooch a pooch fundraiser. for one dollar, you can enjoy a big wet kiss from a kissing booth dog. that' s from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. if you are looking for a great way to escape the cold this weekend, why not check out the new hampshire orchid show? enjoy beautiful orchids, jewelry, artwork, and more. it' s from 9:00 to 5:00 saturday and 95 to 4:00 sunday at the courtyard marriott in nashua. admission is $10 for adults, free for kids under 12 years old.
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i' . >> now, jamie staton and news nine sports. jamie: unh hockey playing from twice today, the play at 5:00. unh in white, the coach coaching hits that milestone tonight. the nation' s leading scorer gets an assist as tyler keller cleans up the juicy rebound, his eighth goal this year. one-nothing, that brought the fish out. michael mcnicholas will score and keller gets the assist, his 100th career point. first junior to reach 100 and 10 years. 2-1 wildcats. the last two goals belonged to the wildcats. with 25 seconds to go in the second, the puck bounces off this gate and into the net. officials reviewed it and
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but to no avail. vermont wins. game tonight. >> we spent too much time on our own end, and the winning goal was a tough goal to take. but again, we just played too much time in our own end. we have to come out here it. where we were down deep in our possessions. that is where chances happen against. we have to focus in on getting the puck in their zone and being tight on our own end. jamie: they played tonight, dartmouth lost 4-1 two union. they play tonight in hanover at 7:00 at for pi. hamburg and nashua south, the panthers in white, they were all over the spartans early. the three from the corner, that'
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they transition and daniel frechette will docket. a 21-4 lead. south was too much, they win 72-44. the top 25 college troops last night, number 17 arizona beat ucla from claremont, new hampshire. it' s a big monster dunk at the first half, in the second half, another dunk. he scored nine with 14 rebounds. if you want to escape the cold weather, do some dreaming of golf. you can do both of the resin center of new hampshire in manchester this weekend. the first grader new england golf expo. jason king dusted off the swing, plenty of instructors on hand, you can try the latest equipment and explore the many understanding new hampshire courses. >> there' s been want to new hampshire for at least 20 years, especially in this style. we are excited to have 75
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23 of those are golf courses which are in this area, new england. it' s exciting for the industry. this is a great way to start thinking spring, especially this time of the year when we have frigid cold temperatures. it' s kind of a good outlet to be able start thinking about being outside and playing golf. jamie: sounds like fun. you limit marathon trials and 1:00 in los angeles, good luck to the seven new hampshire runners that are running for the streets of l.a. have a great weekend. amy: thanks, jamie. it' s not too late to register for the red cap run. the annual event will be held in portsmouth today, benefiting local families in crisis. this years run is supporting jen mcgrail -- a keene mother battling breast cancer that has spread to her liver, bones, and lungs. several races and walks will take place beginning at 9:15 this morning. still ahead on news 9 this morning -- organizing your life. some simple tips to de-clutter and organize your home. now to our u-local hot shot. jinxy the dog needs a valentine, who could say no to that face?
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amy: people have so much they can' t even fitted into a two car garage. joshua: abc' s lana zak spoke
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organize your home. chaos because we seek to produce perhaps that' s why the number one and two bestsellers on the are by marie kondo, a japanese organization guru. according to one estimate, we spend a total of 3700 hours rummaging through clutter, searching for items we' ve misplaced. lisa: i have tried very hard to have hooks and places for where things should be. s still -- where is this, where is that? lana: lisa says she struggles to keep up. lisa: it' overwhelming. school papers, bills, actual work stuff all in the same teeny-tiny little space. lana: a message heard again and again. caitlyn: i just tend to keep the other people organized and then forget about myself. don' t do anything for like three days and my house is a disaster. professional organizer amy dobson to teach us her expert t used it in six months to a year, get rid of it. don' t overthink it.
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donate, or trash recycle. lana: next -- know what you use. amy: turn your hangers around. that way you can see what you actually wear and what you don' t lana: her third tip -- design systems with the whole family in one parent couldn' to put away their laundry. >> they just had a lot of bins. in the bins they weren' but it didn' t matter because it wasn' t in the living room anymore. lana: amy says one of the biggest mistakes people make is when one person said that the of the family doesn' along. to avoid this, do it together. if you need more motivation, one research study found that by decluttering your kitchen, you could decrease how much you snacked by up to 44%. lana zak, abc news, des moines. josh: i know a lot of people that could benefit from some of those tips. maybe even me. maybe.
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be cold. in the low to midteens. temperatures fall this afternoon, but the wind picks up through the day today, and by this afternoon, the wind chills are down below zero, quite a bit below zero. tonight into tomorrow morning, the cold temperatures below zero wind chills anywhere from 10 to as much as 30 to 35 below zero windchill feels like tomorrow. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] amy: thanks for joining us. "good morning america" is next. josh and i will see you back
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presidents' day sales event. good morning, america. happening right now -- life-threatening cold. 100 million americans chilled to the bone. >> it's terrible out here. >> how many layers do you have on today. >> 4. >> the struggles to stay warm for man and beast. in this dangerous weather. everything you need to know about the frigid forecast. setting the stage. republicans ready to rumble again in the next debate. and with donald trump threatening to sue ted cruz, get ready for fireworks. >> as it gets closer it's going get nastier and nastier. >> cruz taking aim at hillary
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