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>> it is extremely cold and windy morning as we wake up this sunday. how long will this cold stick around before we rebound to the 40' s this week? >> our focus is to keep people safe and warm. >> plunging temperatures mean more people are seeking help from homeless shelters. how they are making sure everyone has a warm place to stay and how you can help. remembering supreme court justice antonin scully appeared the legacy he leaves behind and the new fight over when his replacement will be named. a local veteran honored for his service. the special event held in dairy to recognize this decorated
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, new hampshire. 6:00 on sunday. happy valentine' s day. while you were sleeping we have been chucking two big stories. right now leaders across the country are remembering supreme court justice antonin scalia. scalia died friday night in his sleep at 79. first, even if you have not stepped outside, you have noticed how bitterly cold it is. take a look at some of these temperatures into our newsroom. from merrimack to canterbury, temperatures plunging into the negative numbers. josh judge told us this was coming. he joins us now with what we can expect for the rest of the day. josh: i' m here to face the music. it is cold. the good news is it bottomed out place last night. it has not changed a whole lot
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the wind makes it feel a lot colder but it prevents the temperatures from dipping a whole lot lower. it' s still very, very cold out there. there are those wind gusts, 15-25 miles per hour. when you factor that in, here is what it feels like out there. most places close to 30 below or more in the -- and regionally, take a look at this. there is boston at nine below. skies have been clearing out. bright day but frigid and windy. the di winds diode a little bit this afternoon. the rest o t f the state between 2 and 10 degrees. most of us settling in the single digits. we will tell you when things get milder in a few minutes. amy: you heard it, you felt at the weather is frigid and dangerous. homeless shelters are seeing
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donations of blankets, sleeping bags and jackets have been pouring into places like new horizons in manchester. officials say they will not turn anyone away during this cold snap. the cold temperatures complicated a firefight for cruising guilford who were called to a second alarm house fire on mountain drive just before 1:00 this morning. when crews arrived on scene, the home was fully engulfed and had begun to collapse. the fire chief says the fire mixed with negative 15 degree temperatures and wind made this a difficult fight. officials say it appears the house was empty. investigators are working to locate the owner. you can track the latest weather conditions in your neighborhood with the storm watch 9 weather app, available for apple and android. we turn to the other big story. supreme court justice antonin scalia passed away in his sleep friday night at the age of 79. scalia was widely considered the most conservative jurist on the
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set off a struggle between the president and congress. it was a heated topic of discussion during last night' s cbs debate. we have the latest development overnight. ray: overnight, america honoring justin ce scalia, the most conservative jurist on the highest court. president obama: he influenced a generation of judges, lawyers and students and shaped the legal landscape. ray: scalia, nominated by the ronald reagan in 1986, serving 30 years on the bench. note in many as the anchor of supreme court, he will be remembered for his strict interpretation and stylish and if -- a defense of the constitution. candidates reacting during saturday night' s debate. mr. trump: it is a to our countries. ray: the longest-serving justice
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reportedly died in his sleep of natural causes. this morning, flags are floated half staff to honor scalia as political battle brews over who were replace him. the president says he will fulfill his responsibility to nominate. senate republicans threatening not to confirm and obama nominee. reaction on both sides of the. >> i believe the president should not move forward. i think we ought to let the next president of the united states decided. a responsibility to nominate a new justice, and the senate has a responsibility to vote. ray: as the controversy continues as to who were replace him, justice scalia leaves behind his wife maureen and nine children. he was 79 and died just three weeks shy of his 80th birthday. amy: senator keyl lly ayotte
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coming up, we will take a look at what scalia' s passing means for current supreme court cases. in other news, an autopsy is scheduled today on a hiker who died while nearing the summit of little haystack mountain in franconia saturday. companions say the 65-year-old man collapsed near the summit. they were unable to revive him. conservation officers say the hikers were unable to call for help because their phones were not charged. the hikers carry the man down the mountain where they met a rescue team. an autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow. at this hour, a northfield man is fighting for his life at dartmouth hitchcock medical center. the victim suffered a brutal assault early saturday morning. he was brought to franklin regional hospital with
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hunter pierzynski he' s charged with first-degree assault and possession of controlled drugs. new details on a tragic story friday. transportation says all the manhole covers on i-93 are safe following a deadly accident. the inspections began after a massachusetts teacher was killed when a loose manhole cover flew through the air smashing into her windshield, killing her friday morning. dot workers checked 919 manhole covers and found no threat to public safety. the community came together for a bone marrow registry drive in nashua saturday to help a 10-year-old. the event was held to help jack who has down syndrome and is fighting his second battle with leukemia. he will need a bone marrow transplant in the future. jack is being treated at children' s hospital.
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family. >> it' s an list -- -- endless. all his different sicknesses and things have happened to him, brings people together. events like this are amazing. >> it is unbelievable to know that there is a community like this and friends and family and the support. it is overwhelming. amy: we are cheering for you, jack. if you still want to help, you can head to our website right now for a list of the ways you can chip in. people will brave the temperatures again today to celebrate winter carnival at dartmouth. the theme is su euss on the loose. honoring dr. seuss. graduated from dartmouth in 1925. the festival runs through today and includes ski races and an ice sculpting contest and human dog racing.
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bitter cold conditions. the blue ocean society says even in the dead of winter there is trash on the beach. and they need more volunteers. 13 volunteers pickup 67 pounds of trash in a 1/3 mile stretch of the beach saturday. coming up next, three people are highway pileup. crash in pennsylvania. plus, the state department
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josh: good morning and welcome back. it is called. 6:11 and 12 degrees below zero at the sea coast.
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we will tell you high how it -- how high those temperatures will reach as you go through the day. amy: a pennsylvania interstate is being cleaned up after a deadly pileup. officials say a sudden snow squall caused this massive pileup on interstate 78 at central p.a. yesterday. more than 60 vehicles were involved. three people were killed. 40 people taken to the hospital. officials still asking people to stay off the roads unless it is absolutely necessary. today, pope francis continues his trip in mexico. the pontiff was celebrate mass at an outdoor field in a crime-ridden suburb of mexico city. 400,000 people are estimated to attend. the 79-year-old has maintained a grueling pace on his visit with acta back public appearances while adjusting to the altitude in the seven hour time difference. the holy father is challenging mexico' s leaders to confront the violence and corruption surrounding the drug trade.
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s personal server have now been released. the state department says 81 messages were classified. mostly at the lowest level of sensitivity. but none were declared top-secret. now more than 45,000 pages of e-mails from clinton' s private account used as secretary of state are public. the state department plans to finish making her e-mails public on february 29, just a day before the super tuesday primary. still to come this morning -- >> the most wonderful thing that could' ve happened to me. amy: just in time for valentine' s day, a love story seven decades in a making. a lengthy reunion for this couple and how it was finally made possible.
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forecast. josh: good sunday morning. we are starting off cold. you knew that. but we will tell you how long it will stick around. look at manchester where it is 11 below but wins out of the northwest at 12 are making it feel colder. here is the actual temperatures around the region. it is anywhere from 10 to 20 below zero by the thermometer but you factor in those wins. ds. they have calmed down some
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we are still seeing the wind combined with those temperatures. a lot of places around the state right now feeling like 30 or more below zero. cold. there is a look at some of the clouds -- not all of these are clouds. we use infrared to look at the look at the clouds overnight. that senses temperatures. it is so cold they' re fooling satellites into making it look like there is more clouds then there are. not much really happening around the northeast. that is the good news, except for all of this cold. here is the back edge of it. and over here it is milder. this gets pulled in over the next couple days. temperatures dramatically reversed themselves going through this first half of the week. for today, plenty of sunshine, a few clouds in the mountains. the wind will be evident through
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this afternoon the wind slowly diminishes a little bit, especially by mid to late afternoon. today. here is tomorrow with lots of sun. afternoon. temperatures do manage to s during the afternoon tomorrow. the clouds will slow that down a little bit. our next weather system arriving monday night. it things in some snow. but look what happens overnight. there is a warm front crossing the state from south to north. so, during the overnight hours after maybe a couple inches of snow in southern new hampshire it changes over to sleet, freezing rain and probably just plain rain for much of tuesday. and this line moves northward through the day on tuesday. and then maybe a little bit a lull before secondary airflow pressure builds in with more downpours of rain tuesday afternoon and evening. then things start to clear away as he get into wednesday. for today, there is a lot of cold to go.
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struggle to reach zero in northern new hampshire. some places do not even quite do it. and single digits for highs elsewhere. for tonight, another cold one. it will not be as windy. we will still have below zero temperatures. not quite as cold as last night but pretty close in how it feels. here is the week ahead. look at those temperatures job up on tuesday. after starting my snow monday night and early tuesday, a warm front changes thing over to sleet and then rain. temperatures jump into the 40' s near 50 on tuesday. amy: that is a wild ride. happy valentine' s day. i like your red. you' re on point. josh: happy valentines to you. amy: this is a love story 70 years in the making. they fell in love during world war ii but a misunderstanding pulled them apart. josh: the two were finally reunited. ivan watson has their story. >> i'
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ivan: norwood never stopped thinking about joyce. they first met in 1944. she, a 17-year-old british girl living in london, he, a 21-year-old paratrooper for the u.s. forces. young love blossomed. >> we snogged and it was dark, nobody could see us. ivan: their romance was interrupted when thomas was deployed to normandy to fight. after the war, he returned to the u.s. and invited morris to join him. but she misunderstood his letter married so he refused his separate ways. they married other people. work. -- a widower. morris got divorced. last year, one of her sons found thomas online and they reconnected on skype.
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>> will say good morning. >> what mischief have you been up to? >> will say good morning back to you. you broke my heart. >> i don' t believe that for a moment. >> it' d be lovely. raised enough money to make that actually happened. this week thomas made the journey from virginia to adelaide. >> you' re still vertical. hello. >> give you a squeeze. >> a couple that just met just before d day reuniting seven decades later just in time for valentines day. amy: pretty romantic.
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>> america has a chance. amy: how a local high school hockey team is honoring a decorated marine, and the lessons they are gleaning from his service. in our next half hour, keeping warm in the bitter cold. one local shelter says it needs to make sure no one in the queen city freezes. all morning long we are showing pictures of love in the 6-0-3. john duv says to my best friend, wife and love of 40 years, happy valentine' s day.
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around $269 a month. silverado, the #1 selling full size truck in new england. amy: a veteran of two wars was recognized at a hockey game in salem last night as stephanie woods tells us, students at windham high school are honoring those who served while raising money to help our marines. stephanie: bernie is not one for the spotlight but the focus was on him saturday when he dropped the puck. the world war ii and korean war veteran was honored before windham high school' s hockey game. >> i' m not used to notoriety. i' m a private individual but i am humbled by it. these are great kids.
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stephanie: he was injured during board -- both wars. >> i have one good eye, one good ear. stephanie: he was the last veteran to be honored during the first ever war week. $6,000 was raised at the school' s recent athletic events to benefit building dreams for marines. that organize modifies -- that organization modifies homes for marines with mobility issues. >> our way of saying thank you. stephanie: each player wore a jersey bearing the name of a veteran important to them. >> we had an idea back in the fall, small idea to have a warrior night at the hockey game. >> i think was a very good i can' t wait to see about next year. have used his helmet as an award
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honor for uchin. >> what they do in their young years have a long term effect on what they can do in their later years. and this is great. amy: here' s a look at what is coming up in our next half hour. surviving in the bitter cold. where you can go if you need a place to warm up. a sudden opening on the supreme court. justice antonin scalia died in a critical battle over who will nominate scalia' s replacement a live look at the mill district
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning. a live look along the seacoast.
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-12 degrees in portsmouth. crowded homeless centers. officials at new horizons say they need blankets and emphasize they will not turn anyone away conditions. scalia being remembered as a conservative with surprising friends on the bench. in texas at 79. new security changes going into effect at the verizon wireless arena today. now everyone entering the arena will go through metal detectors and you will have to enter your pockets and face a pt at down. first, let' s check in with josh judge to see if he has a parka on. josh: a pat down might warm us up at really cold this morning. first of all at meredith, it is 15 below zero.
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20 below pretty much everywhere. story because we have got winds. gusts 20-25 miles an hour. when you factor the win in, use that formula, and you get temperatures feeling between 20 and 35 below zero. s and a couple of spots like laconia and plymouth. that certainly feels very cold. it will all day. the wind will be around most of diminishes slowly. but look at those temperatures. it will never even feel that warm because of the wind. but it does get warmer this week. we talk about that in the forecast it if you minutes. amy: right now, homeless shelters are seeing increased demand this weekend because of the frigid temperatures. people are pitching in, donating like it' s on clothing. mike cronin has more. mike: it is so cold it is
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that is a danger taking very seriously at new horizons as they want people safe and warm. ron has been staying at new horizons for three weeks. saturday, it is crucial to be inside. ron: it would be the difference between freezing to death outside or not. which is nice at this place that -- is here and everything that is available between medical, food, and a place to sleep. reporter: donations have been jennifer and her family gloves. >> feel it for these guys. i don' t want anybody to be outside. >> it vies y -- gives you something to look forward to that there are people that are there to help you out. out of the kindness of your heart and not for anything. but not all of them were taken
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100. reporter: new horizons is not turning people away. >> this time of year, people who have had problemss here or cause trouble, we make sure to let them in. we make sure to bring them in and keep them warm and safe. s grateful for the shelter on nights like this. >> a lot of people do not know they have the option of coming here. and maybe they are scared of know what to expect. re treated with respect. you' re in a good place. mike: this time of year, new and sleeping bags. if you would like to know if you them a call.
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weather app to track cold temperatures. it is available for apple and android. right now leaders across the country are remembering supreme court justice antonin scalia. scalia died friday night in his sleep at the age of 79. scalia was an influential and conservative member of the supreme court. he was the longest-serving justice, appointed by president ronald reagan in 1980 six. one of his closest friends on the bench was justice ruth bader' s convert -- ruth bader ginsburg. sources close to scalia said he spent friday hunting at a texas ranch and reported he was not feeling well before going to sleep. with the death of antonin scalia , 8 justices remain on the supreme court. how does scalia' s passing affect the work ahead? aixa diaz takes a look. aixa: scalia was one of five conservative justices on the supreme court and that leaves for conservatives and for
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cases where the current court was expected to split 5-4 include disputes over abortion, affirmative action and immigration. in those cases, if it is a tie vote, the lower court opinion remains in place. justice anthony kennedy has been the swing vote in previous cases, voting with the more liberal justices over conservatives. amy: right now three families are temporarily homeless after an apartment fire in manchester. the accidental fire sparked from flammable material' s left too close to a heater. firefighters were on another call right around the corner when the flames broke out. that made for a quick save and little damage. >> we' re only going to have to displace one half of the building. three families total will be displace. everybody also be able to go back tonight. amy: the owner of the building
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one firefighter suffered a hand injury but he is back at work. right now the red cross is helping three families find shelter after a fire in bartlett. the flames broke out on mill street yesterday morning. norton was hurt and the cause remains under investigation. today, new security changes begin at the verizon wireless arena in manchester. now everyone entering the arena will go through metal detectors. you will have to empty your pockets and face a pat down. no more large bags, including backpacks or see-through plastic bags. purses, diaper bags are still permitted but now they will be searched. arena officials say they are trying to be proactive about safety. >> we' re just trying to stay ahead of the waves, make sure people know that we take safety seriously here in manchester. but there are no credible threats. there have not been, but let' s be at the forefront of everyone'
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when they come to our show they will be safe. amy: with the new security changes in place, officials are urging everyone to allow themselves a little extra time when they are headed to an event at the verizon wireless arena. organizers of a hockey fundraiser are thankful for the cold weather this weekend. just last week, the rink was a puddle. the roy' s cup in londonderry. s 2004. money from the event will benefit her foundation. >> well, we have 12 different teams that have 12 different sponsors. we have an over 50 and a pink and purple. we will have three champions by the end of tomorrow. amy: dozens of people hit the ice just for samantha. money benefits of foundation and her name. these frigid temperatures are creating a cool phenomenon on the ocean. check out this video from boston.
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smoke rising up over the water. that is forming because the air is som much colder than the water. this happened at most of our livers and lakes -- rivers and lakes. coming up next, the olympic marathon trials were held in los angeles saturday. how new hampshire runners did against the best in the country. josh: running with keep you warm under temperatures like this. below zero everywhere. we talk about how long that lasts before we warm things back up this week. >> coming up a new hampshire' s business, condo sales up 15%, the highest of any state in new england. we will talk about that and other real estate news and look
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economy and they look at two sectors right now that are dragging the economy. one is wages and one has been real estate however, 2015 real estate started to take off. that. s look at the numbers. new england real estate 2015 overall sales up 9% over 2014. 13,510 single families homes and condos sold. now new hampshire -- 2015, single-family home sales up 11.6% in 2015. and sing a family home sales up 21.5 percent in december alone -- in single-family homes. condo sales up 15%, the highest in doing with. the average median sales price $240,000. with me to talk about all this is the president and ceo of the masiello group. welcome. you operate in maine, new
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what say you about 2015? it looks like real estate has really started to take off again. chris: 2015 was a more robust your comparatively than the prior seven or eight years. i think what you had in 2015 was still very low interest rates. modest pricing, and probably a little it up momentum coming off that first quarter with the weather conditions. i think they gave us some pretty good springboard to the rest of the year. ff red: the condo sales up 15% in new hampshire. appealing to first-time homebuyers and downsizes. rs. so, it gets the benefit of book ending the beginning of the housing cycle and the downsizing. fred: is this a buyers ourselves market, in new hampshire -- a buyers or selelrs m lers marker?
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chris: if you have six months of inventory or less, it is more of a sellers market. nationally, there is around four months of supply of homes for sale. new hampshire is exactly six months. so, it' s kind of a no man' s land still. fred: if somebody' s thinking about buying or selling, what should they do now? chris: we are getting early reports of shortages of inventory, which is unusual for january. although that is regionalized, we are hearing enough of it where it has gotten our attention. my advice is if you' re looking at spring or summer timeframe, if you could i would consider moving your timetable up to now. there is a lot less inventory, which puts you in a better position to be able to access buyers. fred: mortgages, restrictions on mortgages, still tough to get a mortgage? chris: it is not tough to get a mortgage but the mortgage
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qualifying details. so, the process used to take maybe 30-45 days. now it is 45-60 days. inexpensive. in the high 3' s, very affordable but there are standards. and there' s really not a lot of deviation. fred: what has changed in the real estate market since the recession? buyer and the seller? give me an idea. chris: the regulatory environment has changed. we were talking about the mortgage process has gotten a lot tighter. i think there is a lot of wisdom to that. i don' t look at that is a bad thing. i think making sure that people can afford what they are buying is important. internet has certainly changed the housing cycle.
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from putting our listings online but more than that, the consumer -- it is a great environment. they have the ability to go online, do their comparative shopping. i think where the internet has actualized itself i think has changed the landscape of the industry. fred: chris masiello. too short, but we made the point. thanks for being here. if you want to look at those numbers again and listen to chris, go to wmur.com click on project economy. >> now meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. josh: we take you to portsmouth. you can see some of that sea smoke. let' s pan across. fog lifting off the ocean water. as teh he water is warmer than the air above it. ocean water evaporates and turns into fog ot
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r sea smoke. let' s take a look at what is temperaturewise. i think you will know but we will reinforce the fact that yeah, it is cold. it is between 10 and 20 below and even colder in some spots. let' network. temperatures and south easton s, southwestern new hampshire a lot of 10-15 below zero and a bunch of, a lot of places 18 below. in the lakes region, 15 below. look northern hampshire -- 20- to 25 below in the far north. you add in the wind. here is the sustained winds, 5-15 miles an hour. but the gusts have been higher than that. you heard them yesterday afternoon and last night. when you factor those two things together, the temperature and
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-- the feels like temperature. this does not apply to water freezing. but anything living, and that includes humans and animals, feel this. feel what it is like out there with that wind. the wind pushes all the warmth away from your boyd. here- -- from you rbody. a lot of sunshine today but a very cold day for the coldest a we have had yet this year with high struggling to get to the here is the cold air dipping down from canada. a quick warm-up to our west and that will affect things over the next few days. high pressure building in. the reason has been so cold is because of an ocean storm that has, with its counterclockwise flow, draining down the cold air. the win pushing away today and it gets less by this afternoon.
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tomorrow as well p a lot of sunshine tomorrow. for the first half of the day. in the second half of the day, clouds from our next weather system begin to move in. look what moves in monday night. yeah, snow will be pushing in monday night. could see a couple inches before this warm front pushes through. and it changes the snow over to sleet and freezing rain and then rain which could be heavy at times on tuesday afternoon and evening. temperatures getting up into the 40' s, maybe even near 50. a look at where those temperatures struggle to get to today -- zero. here' s a look at the extended week goes along. we will be talking in the upcoming days a lot about that tuesday storm as it approaches. s check out sports. >> now jason king and news 9 sports. jason: we start with a bruins on the ice yesterday in minnesota,
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boston trying to make it 2-2 to start. minnesota on the power play. it' s the bur ruins that get the gold. second period, gufstasson gets caught. that goal leaving the game at 1-1. david -- a puck off the sliding defender. it goes into the net. they reviewed the play and it was a good goal. 2-1 burin ruins. third period, ericsson is going to score with the backend, his 200th goal. the bruins win 4-2. head coach. back on the ice this afternoon. dartmouth home with rpi last night. first period, the engineer
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he shoots through a screen. made it 1-0 rpi. same score in the third. bullock with a blast to tie the game at 1-1. overtime. johnny on the spot, taps in the rebound. dartmouth takes it 2-1, the final. back at home next weekend. unh and vermont played in durham yesterday afternoon. completing their two-game weekend series. unh trailed 2-0 in the second. sent the game to overtime. it ended a 2-2 tie. four games to go for unh. next weekend. running record heat yesterday. 66 degrees at the start.
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and top three women qualify for the rio olympics. ruck won -- meb kaflesky was second. for the women amy craig finished first. followed by desiree lin yndon. they will both be running in their fourth olympic games. we had seven new hampshire runners competing in the marathon trials. none of them qualify for the libertine but here they are. the top-- none of them qualified for the olympics but here they are. laura hagley right behind her in 20 fifth place. congratulations to all the granite state runners that toed the line inl. l.a. the nba all-star game tonight in toronto.
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showing support for the new england patriots during the primary. tom brady got two write in votes. as well as coach bill belichick who got one democratic write in. still ahead, taking love to a whole new level. how a man in indiana is showing his wife just how much he cares. now to our ulocal hot shot. cece from portsmouth wants to wish everyone a happy valentine' s day. happy valentine' s day to you. this looks like your first one.
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amy: a man in indiana gave his was quite a surprise. josh: he bought a space on billboard that featured the message pat and patty forever. you complete me. what would you think? amy: um, no. not interested in a billboard. josh: how about this one? it' s cold. how about a big billboard. amy: we are feeling it. it' s seeping into the walls. josh: go near a window an dyou
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the highs will struggle to get into the single digits and it will never feel like that because of the feels like temperatures with the wind. some rain on the way for the upcoming week. amy: the news continues at the top of the hour. up next, surviving this bitter cold.
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josh: it is extremely cold and windy as we wake up to a sunday. how long this cold sticks around before we rebound to the 40' s this week. >> our focus is to keep people safe and warm. we are going to make sure to do that. amy: plunging temperatures mean more people are seeking help for local homeless shelters. how they are making sure everyone has a warm place to stay and how you can help. remembering supreme court justice antonin scalia. the legacy he leaves behind and the new fight over when his replacement will be named. a local veteran honored for his service. the special event held in derry to recognize this decorated marine. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
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amy: good morning, new hampshire. 7:00 on this sunday, february 14. happy valentine' s day. while you were sleeping, we have been tracking two big stories. right now leaders across the country are remembering supreme court justice antonin scalia. scalia died friday night in his sleep at the age of 79. even if you have not stepped outside, you have noticed just how bitterly cold it is. take a look at some of these temps into our newsroom. from merrimack to canterbury, temperatures plunging well into the negative numbers. josh judge told us this was coming. he joins us with what we can expect for the rest of the day. good morning. josh: we almost need a thesaurus so we can come up with more words to describe how cold it is. here' s a look at what it' s like. clear at the moment that very cold. the temperatures between 10 and 20 below zero at most of the airports and even colder in northern new hampshire where it
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struggle. manchester, right now you' re at -11. by this afternoon, trying to get up into the single digits. how about northern new hampshire? 18 below in berlin. you will have a tough time getting up to zero during the day today. there are those winds. when you factor those in, you can see we have even colder temperatures out there ishow how it feels. highs today, seven below to 3 above north. the details of when things get milder and the next few days a few minutes away. amy: the weather is frigid and dangerous. homeless shelters are seeing higher demand this weekend because of the bitter conditions. donations of blankets and sleeping bags have been pouring into places like new horizons in manchester. officials there say they will not turn anyone away during this cold snap. the cold temps, located a
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who were called to a house fire on mountain drive before 1:00 this morning. when crews arrived, the home was fully engulfed. the fire chief says the large fire mixed with negative 15 degree temperatures and wind made this a difficult fight. officials say it appears the house was empty. locate the owner. conditions in your neighborhood with the storm watch 9 weather app available for apple and android devices. turning now to our other big story of the morning. to precor justice antonin scalia passed away in his sleep last night at the age of 79. scalia was widely considered the most conservative jurist on the court. his sudden passing may set off a struggle between the president and congress. it was a heated topic of discussion during last night' s cbs news debate. we have the latest of elements. --developments. ray: overnight, american
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president obama: he influenced a generation of judges, lawyers and students and profoundly shaped the legal landscape. ray: scalia nominated by ronald reagan in 1986 served 30 years on the bench. known to many as the anchor of the conservative wing of the supreme court, he will forever be remembered for his strict interpretation and staunch defense of the constitution. the public and presidential candidates reacting during saturday night' s debate. mr. trump: this is a tremendous blow to conservativism, a blow friendly to our country. senator rubio: he will go down as one of the great justices in the history of this republic. ray: reportedly died and his sleep of natural causes. this morning, flags are flown at half staff outside the supreme court to honor scalia. this, as a political battle brews over who will replace him. the president says he will fulfill his constitutional
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senate republicans threatening not to confirm and obama nominee. reaction on both sides of the. >> i believe the president should not move forward. i think we ought to let the next president of the united states decide. mrs. clinton: the president has a responsibility to nominate a new justice, and the senate has a responsibility to vote. ray: as the controversy continues as to who will replace him, justice scalia leaves behind his life maureen and -- hiw s wife maureen and nine children. he died three weeks shy of his 80th birthday. amy: senator kelly ayotte released this statement on his death -- coming up, we will take a look
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s passing means for current supreme court cases. an autopsy is scheduled today on a hiker who died while nearing the summit of little haystack mountain and franconia saturday. companions say the 65-year-old man collapsed near the summit. they were unable to revive him. conservation officers say the hikers were unable to call for help because their phones were not charged. the hikers carried the man down the mountain where they met a rescue team. an autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow. at this hour, a northfield man is fighting for his life at dartmouth hitchcock an assault in northfield. the victim suffered a brutal assault early saturday morning. he was brought to franklin regional hospital with life-threatening injuries. officers arrested 22-year-old hunter pierzynski. he' s charged with first-degree assault and possession of a controlled drug. new details now on a tragic
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the massachusetts department of transportation says all the manhole covers on 93 are safe after a deadly accident. the inspections began after a 35-year-old teacher in massachusetts was killed when a loose manhole cover flew through the air thomas smashing into her windshield, killing her friday morning. dot workers checked 919 manhole covers and found no threat to public safety. the community came together for a bone marrow registry drive in nashua on saturday to help a 10-year-old boy. the event was held to help jack. he has down syndrome and is fighting his second battle with leukemia. jack willne need a bone marrow transplant. he is being treated at children' s hospital and his parents are touched by all the support for their family. >> it' s endless. all little things people do mean so much to us. it brings people together. and jack has in all his different sicknesses, he brings people together. >> it'
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to know that there' s a community like this and friends and family and the support, it' s overwhelming. amy: if you did not make it out to the drive, head to our website right now for a list of ways you can chip in. people will brief the cold imagers again today to celebrate winter carnival at dartmouth college. the theme is seuss on the loose. honoring dr. seuss. he graduated from dartmouth in 1925. the festival runs through today and includes ski races and an ice sculpting contest and human dog sled races. coming up next, three people dead after a massive highway pileup in pennsylvania. details on what caused the crash. plus, the state department releases more hillary clinton e-mails. what is going on? today we're going to run a slalom course. not down the mountain, but up it... that's terrifying.
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josh: welcome back. 11 or 12 below right now in goffstown. it is way below zero with the windchill factors close to 30 below. a cold day ahead. we will pay just how cold and where those temperatures will be able to muster up to as we go to the forecast in a few minutes. amy: a pennsylvania interstate is being cleaned up after a deadly pileup. officials say a sudden snow squall caused this massive pileup on interstate 78 at central p.a. yesterday. more than 60 vehicles were involved. three people were killed. 40 people taken to the hospital. officials still asking people to stay off the roads unless it is absolutely necessary. today, pope francis continues his trip in mexico. the pontiff was celebrate mass
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crime-ridden suburb of mexico city. 400,000 people are estimated to attend. the 79-year-old has maintained a ba k ck to back public appearances in the seven hour time the holy father is challenging mexico' s leaders to confront the violence and corruption surrounding the drug trade. from hillary clinton' s personal server have now been released. the state department says 81 messages were classified. mostly at the lowest level of sensitivity. but none were declared top-secret. now more than 45,000 pages of e-mails from clinton' s private account used as secretary of state are public. the state department plans to finish making her e-mails public on february 29, just a day before the super tuesday primary. still to come this morning -- >> the most wonderful thing that could' ve happened to me. amy: just in time for valentine' s day, a love story
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a lengthy reunion for this couple and how it was finally made possible. 7:13 on a cold sunday morning. you are looking live at a very empty hampton beach.
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>> now josh judge with your forecast. josh: at first view, you look out the window, it looks like a beautiful day. sunshine. look at the shot from weirs beach. you lo -- it looks nice, but thenyou look at your thermometer and you see something different. 13 below. the wind making it feel even colder. we take a look at the temperatures around the various airports in the state, between 10 and 20 below. even colder when we check out our spotter temperatures. about 10, 11 degrees below zero and southeastern new hampshire. the southwestern part of the state, you are just as cold if not a little bit colder. 10 to 15 degrees below. and in the lakes region, 10 to 15 below.
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between 20 and 25 below on most of our readings there. the winds have really packed up yesterday afternoon and last night, as i am sure you noticed. that added insult to injury with a cold weather. sustained winds, higher wind gusts of 20-25, 28 miles per hour in various locations. higher yesterday afternoon and last night. it will continue to calm down through the day today. here is the feels-like temperature. feeling like 30 below or more in many parts of the state this morning. skies starting off fairly clear declared out overnight. nothing really happening around the northeast -- they cleared out overnight. from canada. here is the back edge. notice how it slowly gets less cold as we look to our west. the feels-like temperature going to the day is going to feel like it is below zero all day long as you can see. as the winds calm down this afternoon, it gets at least a
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face with that wind that is so cold and getting a little bit colder again tonight as those temperatures calm down. the winds will calm down by tonight as well. lots of sunshine. a few clouds in the mountains. we will see the cold weather struggling to get temperatures in a single bridges. that is without the wind. in northern new hampshire, you may not get to positive territory. tomorrow, we cloud up, milder in the afternoon, up to the 20' s. but it is tomorrow evening that snow moves in. in fact, by tomorrow midnight or so, there could be a couple inches on the ground. then things change over as a warm front lifts up from the south and stars to change things over to speak and freezing rain. then rain which will be off and on through the day on tuesday and into tuesday night as well. could come down heavy at times as we head into tuesday night. so, here' s your highs or lack thereof today.
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otherwise, it is going to be in the single digits today with wind chill well below zero. milder by tuesday. that is when we change snow over to sleet and then rain by the afternoon. a real up and down week, those temperatures just amazing. from now through the upcoming week. amy: to think we could be 45 by tuesday. this story might warm you up. this is a love story 70 years in the making. they fell in love during world war ii but a misunderstanding pulled them apart. josh: the two were finally reunited. ivan watson has their story. >> i' m going to give her a squeeze. ivan: norwood never stopped thinking about joyce. they first met in 1944. she, a 17-year-old british girl living in london, he, a 21-year-old paratrooper for the u.s. forces. young love blossomed. >> we snogged and it was dark, nobody could see us. ivan: their romance was
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deployed to normandy to fight. after the war, he returned to the u.s. and invited morris to join him. but she misunderstood his letter and thought he was already married so he refused his invitation and they went their separate ways. they married other people. thomas eventually became a would -- a widower. morris got divorced. last year, one of her sons found thomas online and they reconnected on skype. >> i say good morning to everyone. -- to you every morning. >> will say good morning. >> what mischief have you been up to? >> will say good morning back to you. you broke my heart. >> i don' t believe that for a moment. >> what would you do if i could give you a squeeze? >> it'
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>> a crowd funding campaign raised enough money to make that actually happened. this week thomas made the journey from virginia to adelaide. >> you' re still vertical. hello. >> give you a squeeze. >> a couple that just met just before d day reuniting seven decades later just in time for valentines day. >> isn' t that the most wonderful thing that could' ve happened to me? amy: what you think he said in that letter? josh: i don' t know. i' m married to myj ob? that is very unfortunate because they could' ve been married this whole time. amy: coming up next on news 9 this morning -- >> these are great kids. america has a chance. amy: honoring an american hero. how a local high school hockey team is painter be to a
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in our next half hour, keeping warm in the bitter cold. what a local says -- a local shelter says it needs to make sure no one in the queen city freezes. we are showing you pictures of your special someone on this valentine' s day. john and i have been married for 17 years in may. he still gives me butterflies. be sure to upload your picture
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amy: a new hampshire veteran was recognized at a hockey game in salem last night. students at windham high school are honoring those who served while raising money to help marines. stephanie: bernie is not one for the spotlight but saturday night the focus was on him when he drops the puck. the 92 year old world war ii and korean war veteran was honored at the hockey game. >> i' m not used to notoriety. i' m a private and visual but i am humbled by it. these are great kids. america has a chance. stephanie: the bedford man is decorated marine injured during both wars. >> i have one good eye, one good ear, two bum knees. stephanie: he was the last
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about $6,000 was raised at this cool' s recent athletic events to benefit building dreams for marines. that organization modifies homes for marines with mobility issues. >> our way of saying thank you and we appreciate all they do for us. just their service to our country. stephanie: each player wore a jersey bearing the name of a veteran. the team decide one -- designed one. >> we had an idea, a small idea to have a warrior night at a hockey game. >> we are starting to start a tradition. a ticket was a good success for the first year. stephanie: all season long, they used his helmet from combat as a reward for the teams player of the week. it is an honor for them but perhaps an even bigger honor for him. >> what they do in their young years have a long-term effect on what they do and what they can do in their later years in life.
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amy: here' s a look at what is coming up in our next half hour this morning. surviving in the bitter cold. where you can go if you need a place to warm up. a sudden opening on the supreme court. justice antonin scalia died in his sleep. now a critical battle over who will nominate his replacement. we head into the break with a bright, sunny look across the middle district in manchester.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. amy: good morning. i' m amy coveno. we begin with a live look at portsmouth. there is the smoke coming off the water. see smoke, i think they call it. here' s a look at our top stories on the half hour. the bitter cold is leading to crowded homeless shelters. officials at new horizons say they need blankets and sleeping bags. and emphasize they will not not
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these severe conditions. supreme court justice antonin scalia is being remembered this morning as a conservative with surprising friends on the bench. he passed away friday night in texas. he was 79 years old. and, new security changes are going into effect at the verizon wireless arena today. now everyone entering the arena will go through metal detectors. and you' ll have to empty your pockets and face a light pat down. 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. josh: the water is so much warmer than the air and there is a little bit right there in meredith. it is 13 degrees below, the water is not quite as cold in the lakes as it is in the ocean. we have seen temperatures as
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it does feel like 30 degrees below or more in many locations. a high today with the sunshine, it will struggle to get into the single digits. in northern new hampshire there will be some areas don' t reach zero degrees. the wind will be a factor although it does loosen up a little bit coming up. we will talk about the change of ahead, those will be coming up. >> right now, homeless shelters are seeing increased demand and people are pitching in to donate clothing and saving banks. wmur' s mike cronin has more from manchester. mike: it' s difficult to stand outside even for a couple of minutes. that' s a danger taken very seriously at new horizons as they want people safe and warm. ron messner has been staying at new horizons in manchester for 3 weeks. and on a frigid night like saturday it' s crucial to be inside. >> it'
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between freezing to death outside or not, which is nice everything that' s available for you here between medical, food, and a place to sleep. >> donations have been pouring in this weekend to the shelter. jennifer horne and her family collected blankets, socks, hats, and gloves. >> when it' s this cold outside, i don' t want anybody to be outside in this kind of cold it' s terrible. >> it actually gives you a good outlook on things and something to look forward to that there are people that are there to help you out for out of the kindness of their heart and not for anything. >> the shelter has 80 beds but not all of them were taken friday as about 60 people stayed overnight. that number could go up this weekend. >> two staff are on overnight and it would be great if we could have more than that because we' ll have as many as 80 people in the building tonight, maybe more, maybe 100 people. >> new horizons isn' t turning
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>> at this time of year, people who have been problems here for example or have caused trouble, we make sure to let them in. we don' t want anybody to be in any kind of danger out there. so we make sure to bring them in and keep them warm and safe. >> messner is grateful for the shelter especially on nights like this. >> a lot of people don' t even know they have that option of coming here and maybe they' re even scared of coming here because they don' t know what to expect, but it' s very easy, laid back, you' re treated with respect. and you' re in a good place. x this time of year new horizons says they' and even sleeping bags. if you have any questions about eligibility to stay here give them a call. in manchester, wmur news 9. amy: download the storm watch nine weather app to track the it' s available for apple and android devices. right now, leaders across the country are remembering supreme court justice antonin scalia. scalia died friday night in his scalia was an influential and
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supreme court. he was the longest-serving justice appointed by president ronald reagan in 1986. one of scalia' s closest friends on the bench was justice ruth bader ginsburg a leader of the court' s liberal wing. sources close to scalia say he spent friday quail hunting at a texas ranch, and reported he wasn' t feeling well before he went to sleep. with the death of antonin scalia, eight justices remain on the u.s. supreme court. how does scalia' s passing affect the work ahead for the high court? wmur' s aixa diaz takes a look. eco--- eco->> antonin scalia was one of five conservative justices on the supreme court, that leaves 4 conservatives and 4 liberals on the bench, with no tie-breaker vote. cases where the current court was expected to split 5 to 4 this term include disputes over abortion, affirmative action and immigration policy. in those cases, if it' s a tie
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remains in place. anthony kennedy has been the swing vote in some previous cases. voting with the more liberal justices over some of the cases. amy: it is likely the high court will reach your the case once the justices are back to full membership. right now, three families are temporarily homeless after a fire in manchester. the fire sparked from flammable material' s left to close to a heater. firefighters were on a call around the corner when the flames broke out. that made for a quick safe and relatively little damage. >> we' re only going to have to displace one half of the building, so three families total will be displaced from the fire. everybody else will be able to go back tonight. amy: the owner of the building tells newsnine, he' ll pay for hotel rooms for those who were displaced. one firefighter suffered a hand injury, but he' s back at work.
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helping three families find shelter after a fire in bartlett. the flames broke out yesterday morning. everyone entering the arena at the verizon center will now go through metal detectors. and no more large bags including backpacks or even see-through plastic bags. purses and diaper bags are still allowed but now they will be searched. >> we' re just trying to stay ahead of the wave and make sure that people know that we take safety seriously here in manchester as well as around the country with smg managed properties. but there are no credible threats against us, there have not been. but let it just be at the forefront of everyone' s mind that safety is our priority and when they come to a show they' ll enjoy it and be safe. amy: and with the new security changes now in place officials are urging everyone to allow themselves a little extra time if you are headed to an event at the arena.
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raiser are thankful for the cold weather this weekend. just last week the rink was a puddle. but ice conditions were perfect for the roy' s cup in londonderry yesterday. the annual event is held for dan' s smith daughter samantha. she died in 2004 in a boating accident, money from the event will benefit her foundation. x we have 12 different teams who have 12 different sponsors. pink and purple were her favorite colors. we will have three champions by the end of tomorrow. coming up next, cyber bullying troubles. often parents worry about their child becoming a victim. but what happens if they actually become the bully? we take a look at why this happens, and how you can help stop it. josh: i think you know that it is cold out there but how much
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most of them only getting into the single digits. there is a new hampshire may not even get into positive territory. amy the bruins continued their : 6-game road trip on saturday, could they get another win in
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amy: most parents are aware of cyber-bullying, but many focus on protecting their kids from being victims. but what do you do if your child is the bully? abc' s megan hughes takes a look. >> at shipley elementary school in harper' s ferry, west virginia, this group of third graders already have stories about being cyber bullied. >> i was kind of kind of sad because he was calling me stupid . >> i was a little like depressed t know what to do. s not the right thing. >> high school senior and teen pagaent winner lexi openshaw helps students resist that urge. >> say one, say stop and nothing else. and step two?
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>> experts say children who' ve been bullied often become bullies themselves lexi has also been a target. cracks the people who do cyberbully especially anonymously are cowards and that' s all they are. >> some kid do it for power and some kids think it is funny. >> psychologist dr. susan bartell says children are often still developing impulse control and their parents need to get involved. >> your child, who is the bully. they can have a police record. >> what if your child is the super bowl he? a recent study found more than 80% of young people think it' s easier to get away with bullying online than bullying in person like at school. >> i wanted to create this filter system, that would monitor so parents could feel a little relief knowing and trusting that their kid could use these social media platforms. >> michele joel shows us one of several tech solutions for parents. her software my social sitter uses algorithms to filter so when a teen types a negative
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parents get notified. cracks -- >> if you love your kids, you have to keep up with that technology. x lexi' s own mother dianah gibson, hasn' t gotten supervising software yet. but she says all parents need to police their children' s cyber lives. >> it' s real. kids will put things on twitter and they can get in a lot of trouble for it. an answer: now, josh judge with your storm watch nine forecast. josh: he will have to keep in mind a couple of things. it is deceiving as you look at your window. doesn' t it look like a beautiful shot? but the temperature is -13 degrees. in many locations it is just as cold. the wind is still out there and making it feel a lot colder.
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states are -- areas are reported in temperatures below freezing. northern new hampshire, 15-25 degrees below zero depending on where you are. this is the sustained wind coming down out of the northwest. but they have been gusting higher than that and likely you heard them. occasionally, they crested up against the side of the house, feeling even colder. here is the magic formula that we used to show you how it feels. most places are between 30-35 degrees, 38 degrees below zero. or more. means you have to dress in layers. you need to dress in layers. here is concord, struggling. it is a real struggle by 3:00 this afternoon to get up to higher parts of the single
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and look at the sea salt of temperatures that we will be seeing this upcoming week. amazing differences for today, monday, tuesday and then up and down several times. clear skies of their. but frigid cold arctic field. there are milder temperatures off to the west. these will be streaming in. the high-pressure is building in. afternoon. but still, it will be preseason and not as bad. lehigh does move up to the east on monday afternoon. monday night, here comes the snow. and by midnight, we could have a few inches on the ground.
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through the state and changes things over in the north country by the afternoon, so let' s take things maybe not even getting to positive territory as we go through the day today in northern new hampshire. the windchill will make it feel much colder than that. here is the week ahead, i told you it would be milder. let' s check out sports. announcer: now, jason king with sports. jason: the bruins were in minnesota yesterday continuing the six-game road trip. we had a milestone game for him. the goal is the 27th of the year. in the second, jonas gets caught
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we have the sliding defender on the rebound and then that goes into the net. that was a good goal. number 13 of the year. third. he scores with a backend. a 200th career goal for erickson. the bruins win for-two, the 500th career win for the head coach. -- home last night. in the first, the engineers strike first. dartmouth on the power play. johnny is on the sport. he will tap in the rebound to
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dartmouth took it to-one. they will host colgate on friday. vermont wrapped up the two-game we get serious yesterday. goals by andrew and shane eiseman sent the game into overtime. next weekend. only quarter games to go in the regular season. concord and nashua south at the arena. concord is one of the best teams in division i the season. -- they made it 3-1, in the third, concord with the power play and a score from the far circle. they improve to 11-1 on the season. the gymnastics championships at the has go yesterday, joe mcintyre led the high school to the 2016 team championship with first-place finishes on the volt
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-- finished second. from gary field. she took the all-around individual competition. the nhi aa swimming and diving championships were interim for division i yesterday. division ii will compete today. exeter took the team title, next. and for the girls, the same. -- only to multiple event winners, both winning the 50 and 100 meter freestyle events. and the nba skills competition was last night. isaiah thomas took his first all-star appearance. he appeared to the final of the skills challenge. and he was upset by karl-anthony towns.
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was it. a good showing for thomas. aaron gordon put on a show in the final round. they actually needed a few extra rounds to finally decide. it should have ended in a type it, zach levine got the win. he also won last year. the nba all-star game is tonight, also in toronto. dr. you. amy: still ahead, a utah this valentine' the thoughtful gifts he gave. and who the lucky recipients were. now to our u-local hot shot. some valentine' s day fun in their heart-themed outfits. you can submit your pictures and video, and join the thousands of u-local members, by logging onto
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amy: for about 800 girls in northern utah. this valentine' s day is one they probably won' t soon forget. josh: and it' s all thanks to a very generous a classmate. reporter daniel woodruff has the story. >> it meant a lot. >> kayedin craw is still a little bit giddy i felt very special actually. after what happened at school. >> i brought it home and my mom' s like, who gave you that? hayden. >> i want to make as many people happy as possible. >> the high school senior whose good deed has quickly become the talk of the town.
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>> one for every girl at skyview high school. >> i don' t think a girl should be left out during valentine' s day. hayden ordered the flowers himself. recruited some friends. and just before school ended thursday for the long weekend, passed them out. everybody was holding a flower, i just thought that was so cool. impressive right? well, especially when you consider it cost this student nearly $500 to pull it off. hayden works here at lee' s marketplace as a bagger. he' s been saving all of his money to buy all those flowers. and you can bet he wouldn' t be able to do that with just one paycheck. there' s no way there' s no way. you may think he is the luckiest guy in school right now. 800 girls with flowers. >> i already have a girlfriend, so.
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do this. it makes me really proud of him. >> wow. it is very cold out there. guess what i noticed? look at the colors on the map. those are valentine' s day colors. how about that? not bad. it will be cold out there today with the valentine' s day colors. we may not even hit zero but warmer times are ahead this week. amy: thank goodness. the news continues at the top of the hour, with today' s top stories. coming up next, surviving the bitter cold. what you need to keep in mind, also remembering a supreme court justice.
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>> it is an extremely cold and windy morning. how long this cold six around before he rebound. >> our focus is to keep people safe and warm. >> plunging temperatures mean that more people are seeking help from the local shelters. how they are making sure everyone has a place to stay.
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the fight over when his replacement will be named. and a local veteran honored for his service. the special event held to recognize this marine. like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. it' valentine' s day. i' m amy coveno. leaders across the country are remembering supreme court justice antonin scalia. scalia died friday night in his sleep at the age of 79. but first, even if you have yet to step outside you have probably noticed how cold it is. take a look at the temperatures. josh judge told us this was coming. he joins us now with a look at what we can expect.
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josh: you could take a hot cup of water from your teakettle and throw it in the air and it will vaporize. we just took a look at the clear skies. there are the temperatures, well granite state. that doesn' wind. the wind had been gusting. when you factor the men, look at hope cold it feels. as much as 40 below zero. it is cold but sunny and bright. highs are struggling to reach zero. mostly single digits between two-10 degrees. we will talk about the milder air that is set to make it in and what it brings with it in the forecast, coming up. amy: right now, the weather is frigid and dangerous. homeless shelters are seeing higher demand this weekend because of the bitter conditions. donations of blankets, sleeping bags and jackets have been pouring into places like new horizons in manchester. and officials there say they
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this cold snap. the cold temperatures complicated a fire fight for crews in gilford. who were called to a second-alarm house fire. it happened on mountain drive just before 1:00 this morning. when crews arrived on scene, the home was fully involved and had begun to collapse. gilford' s fire chief says the large fire, mixed with -15 degree temperatures and wind made it difficult to fight. officials say it appears the home was empty, and investigators are working to locate the owner. remember. you can track the latest weather conditions in your neighborhood with the storm watch nine weather app. it' s available for both apple and android devices. turning now to our other big story of the morning. supreme court justice antonin scalia passed away in his sleep friday night at the age of 79. scalia was widely considered the most conservative jurist on the court. and his sudden death may set off a struggle between the president and congress. it was a heated topic of discussion during last night' s cbs news debate.
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latest overnight developments >> overnight, america honoring justice antonin scalia, by far the most conservative jurist on the highest court sot president -- highest court. president obama: him to list a generation of judges, lawyers and students. >> scalia, nominated by president ronald reagan in 1986, serving some 30 years on the bench. known to many as the anchor of the conservative wing of the supreme court. he will forever be remembered for his strict interpretation and staunch defense of the constitution. republican presidential candidates, reacting during saturday night' s debate. conservatism. it' s a tremendous blow, frankly, to our entire country. >> he will go down as one of the great justices in the history of the republic. >> the longest serving justice on the current united states supreme court reportedly died in morning, flags are flown at half-staff outside of the supreme court to honor scalia. this, as a political battle brews over who will replace him.
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fulfill his constitutional responsibility to nominate. senate republicans threatening not to confirm an obama nominee. reaction on both sides of the aisle. >> i believe the president should not move forward, and i think we ought to let the next president of the united states decide. >> president has a responsibility to nominate a new justice and the senate has a responsibility to vote. >> as the controversy over his nomination continues, justice scalia is mourned by his wife maureen and 9 children. he was 79-years-old and died just 3 weeks shy of his 80th ray raimundi, abc news, new york. amy: senator kelly ayotte released this statement on scalia' s death. she says, " i am deeply saddened by justice scalia' s sudden passing. our country has lost a staunch defender of our constitution and a brilliant jurist, and i am very grateful for his distinguished service to our nation.
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his family at this difficult time." coming up in our next half hour. we' ll take a look at what scalia' s passing means for current supreme court cases. this just into the newsroom, we now know the name of the hiker who died near the summit of little haystack mountain yesterday. companions say 65-year-old maxim lakin of nashua collapsed near the summit. the hikers carried him down the mountain where they met a rescue team. attempts to revive him were unsuccessful. he did have weather appropriate equipment and clothing. at this hour a northfield man is fighting for his life at dartmouth hitchcock medical center. after an assault in northfield. police say the victim suffered a brutal assault early saturday morning. he was first brought to franklin regional hospital with life-threatening injuries. officers arrested 22-year-old hunter pescinski of tilton. he' s charged with first degree assault and possession of a controlled drug.
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story that broke in the bay state early friday morning. the massachusetts department of transportation says all the manhole covers on 93 are safe after a deadly accident. the inspections began after a 35-year-old massachusetts teacher was killed when a loose manhole cover flew through the air, smashed into her windshield, and killed her friday morning. mass dot workers checked 919 manholes and found no threat to public safety. the community came together for a bone marrow registry drive in nashua saturday. to help a 10-year-old boy. the event was held to help jack who has down syndrome and is fighting his second battle with leukemia. he will need a bone marrow transplant in the future. jack is being treated at children' s hospital in boston. his parents say they are touched by all of the support for their family. >> it is endless and all of the little things that people do mean so much to us. it brings people together and jack has, throughout his
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people together. >> it is unbelievable. it is unbelievable to know that there is a community like this with friends and family. it is overwhelming. >> we are cheering for you. if you couldn' t make it out to the drive, head to the website right now for a list of ways to chip in. people will brave the cold temperatures again today to celebrate winter carnival at dartmouth college. the theme this year is seuss on the loose, honoring the legendary dr. seuss. theodor geisel, who penned books hat and the places you' ll go, graduated from dartmouth in 1925. dogsled races. and at rye beach. volunteers braved the cold the blue ocean society says even in the dead of winter. there is trash on the beach. and they need more volunteers to help with their monthly clean-up. 13 volunteers picked up 67
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saturday alone. coming up next, three people are dead and dozens or injured after a massive highway pileup in pennsylvania. details on what caused the crash next. list, the state department releases more hillary clinton
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josh: it is a cold start out there if you are just waking up. we are double digit below zero. nine degrees below here and the wind continues to make it feel even colder. we will tell you how long that lasts and when the temperatures reversed and when the temperatures reverse in the forecast a few minutes away. amy: right now, a pennsylvania interstate is being cleaned up after a deadly pileup. officials say a sudden snow squall caused a massive pileup on interstate 78 in central pennsylvania yesterday.
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at least three people were killed and at least 40 people were taken to the hospital. state officials are asking people to stay off the roads and less it is absolutely necessary. today, pope francis continues his trip in mexico. the pontiff will celebrate mass in an outdoor field in a crime ridden suburb of mexico city. 400,000 people are estimated to attend. the 79-year-old has maintained a grueling pace on his visit with back to back public events while adjusting to the altitude and the 7 hour time difference. the holy father is challenging mexico' s leaders to confront the violence and corruption surrounding the drug trade. another thousand pages of emails from hillary clinton' s person server have been released. -- personal server have been released. he state department says 81 messages were classified mostly at the lower level of sensitivity. none were declared top secret. now more than 45,000 pages of emails from clinton' s private account used as secretary of state are public. the state department plans to
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on every 29th. still to come. >> it is the most wonderful thing that could have happened to me. amy: just in time for valentine' s day, a love story seven decades in the making. a reunion for this couple and how it was made possible. a live pick -- a live look sure i' d berlin as we say good morning to the north country. your full forecast coming up
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your forecast. josh: it is a cold start. i can show you where it is going from here. we start off with wind out of the chilly north, making it feel even colder. we have colder temperatures than this in some locations. these are just the locations around here. in the next half hour we will show you even more temperatures
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he went is not as bad as it was last night but they are still gusting as high as 25-30 miles at times. you need to dress in layers as you head outside today. there is your wind chill, feels-like temperature' s. we are as much as 40 degrees below zero this morning. clear skies out there which means we have a lot of sunshine. it does help a little bit. the worst of the colder air is coming down from canada right now. we have milder air off to the west. it is streaming in and starts to get here tomorrow. then, we will go higher from there. he feels like temperatures will get a little bit better as we get into the afternoon. notice in the afternoon, not
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not as windy as it is right now and has been tomorrow. temperatures then take over with cold conditions tomorrow. lots of sunshine today. another cold one tonight. still below zero in some places. look at what happens tomorrow night, it starts snowing. there could be small accumulations from the snow. but then, early on tuesday, look what happens. rain changes over f -- changes over as we have a cold front. major roller coaster temperatures over the next couple of days. highs will only reach into the single digits, not even getting into zero. temperatures will go below zero in many locations. tomorrow, here'
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temperatures will reach into the 20' s. we will see the snow changeover to rain. look at the temperatures we are dealing with on tuesday. amazing turnaround there. there is a look at the rest of the week with plenty of 40' s on the map. you will need to snuggle up tight on valentine' s day because it is cold and the wind is gusty this morning. amy: we have a story that might warm you up. it' s a love story 70 years in the making norwood and joyce fell in love during world war ii, but a misunderstanding pulled them apart. josh: thanks to some online digging, the two were finally reunited. reporter ivan watson has this lost love story. >> i' m going to give her a squeeze. >> norwood thomas never stopped
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the pair first met in 1944. she, a 17-year-old british girl living in london, he, a 21-year-old paratrooper for the u.s. forces. young love blossomed. >> i mean, we snogged, as you call it, when it was dark and nobody could see us. >> but their brief romance was interrupted when thomas was deployed to normandy to fight in world war ii. after the war, he returned to the u.s, and invited morris to join him. but she misunderstood his letter and thought he was already married so she refused his invitation and they went their separate ways. they married other people. thomas eventually became a widower, morris got divorced. last year, one of her sons found thomas online and they reconnected on skype after more than 70 years. >> i have your picture framed on my bureau and i say good morning
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>> >> and i will say good morning back to you. >> i' m not sure that' s true. >> what would you do if i could give you a squeeze? >> that would be lovely. >> a crowd funding campaign raised enough money to make that actually happen. journey from virginia to >> well you' re still vertical, hello. >> a couple that first met just before d-day. reuniting seven decades later, just in time for the -- for v, or valentine' s day. >> it' s about the most wonderful thing that could have happened to me. >> ivan watson, cnn. amy: coming up next on newsnine this morning. >> these are great kids. america has a chance.
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how a local high school hockey team is honoring a decorated marine. and the lessons they' re learning from his service. then, in the next half hour, staying warm in the bitter cold. what a local shelter says it needs to make sure no one in the queen city freezes. and all morning long, we' re showing your valentine' s day pictures. this one comes to us from the kids at kid-dazzle child care in barrington with their big snow-heart. we love it. be sure to upload a picture of
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amy: a new hampshire veteran of two wars was recognized at a hockey game in salem last night. as wmur' s stephanie woods tells us. students at windham high school are honoring those who served, while also raising money to help our marines. >> bernie ruchin isn' t one for the spotlight, but saturday night, the focus was on him when he dropped the puck. the 92-year-old world war ii and korean war veteran was honored before windham high school' s hockey game. >> i' m not used to notoriety. i' m sort of a private individual but i' m humbled by it. and these are great kids. america has a chance. >> the bedford man is a decorated marine. he was injured during both wars. >> i have one good eye, one good ear, two bummed knees. other than that, i' m in good shape. >> ruchin was the last veteran
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s first-ever warrior week. about $6000 were raised at the school' s recent athletic events to benefit building dreams for marines. that organization modifies homes for marines with mobility issues. >> it' s just our way of saying thank you and we appreciate all that they do for us and just their service for our country. >> each player wore a jersey bearing the name of a veteran who' s important to them. the team designed one for ruchin. >> we had an idea back in the fall, a small idea just to have a warrior night at a hockey game and it spread to the whole school. >> we' re trying to start a tradition. i think it was a very good success for the first year and i can' t wait to see about next year. >> and all season long they' ve used ruchin' s helmet from combat as an award for the team' s player of the week. it' s an honor for them but perhaps an even bigger honor for ruchin. >> what they do in their young years will have a long term effect on what they do and what they can do in their later years. and they'
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>> stephanie woods wmur news 9 amy: here' s a look at what' s coming up. surviving in the bitter cold. where you can go if you need a place to warm up. and a sudden opening on the supreme court. justice antonin scalia died in his sleep. now a critical battle over who will nominate his replacement. we head into the break with a live look along the seacoast. cold temperatures josh judge is
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-- it best. favorite wmur news 9. no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. sean: good -- amy: good morning. we begin with see smoke coming off -- sea smoke.
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officials in the -- say they need sleeping bags. they say they will not turn in around -- turn anyone out in these conditions. antonin scalia passed away friday night in texas. he was 79. new security changes in verizon wireless arena. now, everyone will go through metal detectors and will have to empty their topic and face -- their pockets and face like pat down -- face a light patdown. josh: there is bright sunshine. it' s very windy. we have taken cold into hyperdrive. it' s extra cold. 10 to 25 below zero around the granite state. nine below in manchester,
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the wind is gusting at times. that' s acting in combination with cold temperatures to make it feel from 30 below to 40 below around the state. highs today between about 2 and 10. northern new hampshire, the high temperature will be between seven below and three above. most places try to inch toward zero. the wind gets a little later this afternoon. temperatures start heading up this week. minutes. amy: right now, homeless shelters are seeing increased the frigid temperatures. and people are pitching in, wmur' s mike cronin has more from manchester. mike: it is so cold, it' s difficult to stand outside even for a couple of minutes. that' s a danger taken very seriously at new horizons as they want people safe and warm. ron messner has been staying at new horizons in manchester for 3
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and on a frigid night like saturday, it' s crucial to be >> it' d be the difference between freezing to death outside or not, which is nice that this place is here and everything that' s available for you here, between medical, food, and a place to sleep. mike: donations have been pouring in this weekend to the shelter. jennifer horne and her family collected blankets, socks, hats, and gloves. s this cold outside, i really feel it for these guys. i don' t want anybody to be outside in this kind of cold weather. it' s terrible. >> it actually gives you a good outlook on things and something to look forward to that there are people that are there to help you out for out of the kindness of their heart and not for anything. mike: the shelter has 80 beds but not all of them were taken friday as about 60 people stayed overnight. that number could go up this weekend. >> two staff are on overnight. and it would be great if we could have more than that because we' ll have as many as 80
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maybe more, maybe 100 people. mike: new horizons isn' t turning people away during the cold weather. >> at this time of year, people who have been problems here for example or have caused trouble, we make sure to let them in. we don' t want anybody to be in any kind of danger out there. so, we make sure to bring them in and keep them warm and safe. mike: messner is grateful for the shelter especially on nights like this. >> a lot of people don' t even know they have that option of coming here and maybe they' re even scared of coming here because they don' t know what to expect, but it' s very easy, laid back, you' re treated with and you' re in a good place. mike: at this time of year, new horizons is in need of blankets and even sleeping bags. if you have any questions about eligibility to stay here, give them a call. amy: download the storm watch 9 weather app to track the cold
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s available for apple and android devices. right now, leaders across the country are remembering supreme court justice antonin scalia. scalia died friday night in his sleep at the age of 79. scalia was an influential and conservative member of the supreme court. he was the longest-serving justice appointed by president ronald reagan in 1986. one of scalia' s closest friends on the bench was justice ruth bader ginsburg a leader of the court' s liberal wing. sources close to scalia say he spent friday quail hunting at a texas ranch and reported he wasn' t feeling well before he went to sleep. with the death of antonin scalia, eight justices remain on the u.s. supreme court. how does scalia' s passing affect the work ahead for the high court? wmur' s aixa diaz takes a look. aixa: antonin scalia was one of five conservative justices on the supreme court, that leaves 4 conservatives and 4 liberals on the bench, with no tie-breaker vote. cases where the current court was expected to split 5 to 4 this term include disputes over abortion, affirmative action and
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in those cases, if it' s a tie vote, the lower court opinion remains in place. justice anthony kennedy has been the swing vote in some previous cases, voting with the more liberal judges instead of the conservatives. in washington, i' m aixa diaz. amy: for major issues, it' s likely the high court will re-hear the case once the justices are back to full membership. right now, three families are temporarily homeless after an apartment fire in manchester. firefighters say the accidental fire sparked from flammable materials left too close to a heater. firefighters were on another call right around the corner from a building on concord street when the flames broke out. that made for a quick save, and relatively little damage. >> we' re only going to have to displace one half of the building, so three families total will be displaced from the fire. everybody else will be able to go back tonight. amy: the owner of the building tells news 9, he' ll pay for hotel rooms for those who were displaced. one firefighter suffered a hand injury, but he' s back at work.
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helping three families find shelter after a fire in bartlett. the flames broke out on mill street yesterday morning. no one was hurt and the cause remains under investigation. the hooksett police department now has a drug collection unit on site. police received a grant from cvs pharmacy to install the collection box. it allows anyone to get rid of unused or expired medication, including controlled substances. the collection site is open 24/7, and drugs can be dropped off with no questions asked. today new security changes begin at the verizon wireless arena in manchester. now, everyone entering the arena will go through metal detectors -- you' ll have to empty your pockets and face a light pat down. and no more large bags, including backpacks or even see-through plastic bags. purses and diaper bags are still allowed but now they will be re trying to be proactive about safety. re just trying to stay ahead of the wave and make sure
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safety seriously here in manchester as well as around the country with smg managed properties. but there are no credible threats against us, there have not been. but let it just be at the forefront of everyone' s mind that safety is our priority and when they come to a show they' ll enjoy it and be safe. amy: and with the new security changes now in place, officials are urging everyone to allow themselves a little extra time if you are headed to an event at the arena. coming up, trials were held in los angeles on saturday, how new hampshire runners did against the best in the country. e temperatures --josh: temperatures getting milder. >> coming up in new hampshire business, the highest sales of any new england. we' ll talk about that and look
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>> welcome to new hampshire' s business. the economy is look at two sectors driving right now. one is wages and one has been real estate. 2015 real estate started to take off. let' s look at the numbers. new england real estate, 2015. overall sales up 9%. 13,510 single-family homes and
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each -- new hampshire, 2015, single-family home sales up 11.6% in 2015 over 20 2014 -- over 2014. condo sales up 15%, the highest in new england. the average median price of a single-family home, up 5.3% in 2015. with me to talk about this is -- nice to have you here. you operate in maine, new hampshire, vermont. it looks like real estate has really started to take off again. >> 2013 was a more robust year comparatively than the prior seven or eight years. 2015 was still very low interest rates, modest pricing, a little bit of momentum coming off the
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>> the condo sales -- 15% of in new hampshire. what' s that story about? >> condominium living is appealing to home time -- first time home buyers and downsizing. it gets the benefit of the pending -- notebook ending the beginning and ending of the housing cycle. >> is the housing market -- >> if you have six months of inventory or more, it tends to be more of a buyers market. nationally, there are around four months of homes for supply for sale. new hampshire is exactly six months. it' s kind of in no man' s land still. >> if somebody is thinking about buying or selling, what should
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>> your group -- we are getting early reports of a shortage, very unusual for january. my advice to somebody would be, if you are looking at a spring or summer timeframe to make a move, consider moving your timetable up to now. there is a lot less inventory, which puts you in a better position to be able to access buyers to the market. >> restrictions on mortgages -- still tough to get a mortgage, or is that easy enough? >> the mortgage process has become very finite about what details. the process used to take 30 days to 45 days. now it is 45 to 60 days. mortgage money is still relatively inexpensive. very affordable. there are credit standards.
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from them. >> what has changed in the real estate market since the recession? how has it changed to affect the buyer and seller? ask the regulatory environment has changed -- >> the regulatory environment has changed. i don' t look at that as a bad thing. i think making sure that people can afford what they are buying is important. internet has certainly changed the housing. most of the activity we get is from putting our listings online, but the consumer -- it' s a great environment for the consumer. they can do their own research, their own comparative shopping. where the internet is fully actualized, it has changed the landscape of the industry. >> chris. we made the point.
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numbers again, you can go to wmur.com, click on "news" then click on "project economy." announcer: now, your storm watch forecast. >> josh: it looks nice outdoors. through. temperatures in the double digits below zero in many spots around the state. blue skies and sunshine help a little bit. it was double digits below zero even in places where it is minus nine now. it is a little, tiny, teeny bit better, i guess. these are sustained winds right now, gusting even higher, up to
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occasionally, you hear it pick up and blow against the side of your house. you know it is cold. some of our bodies are creaking as we head outside. the windchill makes it feel like it' s anywhere from as much as 30 to 40 below zero right now. temperatures -- concord struggling to get into the single digits by mid afternoon. falling all over again. it' s going to be quite a week. way up by tuesday and wednesday. back up again later. a big up and down, roller coaster ride. clear skies out there right now. the cold temperatures overhead will let go and will allow some of the milder air in the next couple of days. the difference between high pressure to our west and low
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funneling down the wind and the cold air. the wind pulls away as the high pressure comes in. that allows for cold tonight. not as windy. tomorrow, sunshine high overhead. as it pulls away and allows the system from our site to move in, clouds thicken in the afternoon and we make it into the 20' s. snow tomorrow night, probably starting during the evening commute. through the nighttime hours, it is snowing until maybe about midnight or so. this warm front moves and from south to north. eventually, we all go over to sleep, freezing rain -- leak sleet -- sleet, freezing rain. the extended forecast. it'
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cold as we' ve seen all season continuing this weekend. we turn around after a frigid start tomorrow, bright skies. there will be some snow tomorrow night before it starts changing over terrain on tuesday. the temperatures are all over the place. amy: thanks. an update of our top stories. right now, leaders across the country are remembering supreme court justice antonin scalia. scalia died friday night in his sleep at the age of 79. scalia was the longest-serving justice and was appointed by president ronald reagan in 1986. homeless shelters are because of the bitter conditions and people have been donating blankets, sleeping bags, and jackets to shelters in our region. >> now, jason king and news 9' s
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jason: boston trying to make it 2-2 to start the trip. minnesota on a power-play in the first. the bruins get the goal. his 27th of the season. jonas gustavsson got caught out of position. less than one minute later, david is going to throw the puck off the sliding defender and it actually goes into the net. it was a good goal, number 13 of the year for david. third, louis is going to score with the backend, his 200th goal in his career. bruins win 4-2. the 500th career win for the head coach. they are back on the ice this afternoon.
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the engineers strike first. 1-0, rpi. ryan bullet with a blast to tie the game at 1-1. in overtime, johnny on the spot, tax on the rebound -- tops in the rebound -- taps in the rebound. unh and vermont played in durham yesterday afternoon. unh trailed 2-0 in the second, but two players scored goals and sent the game to overtime. it ended in a tie. the 2016 olympic marathon trials were run in record heat in los angeles yesterday, 66 degrees at the start.
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the top three men and top three women all five -- women qualify. for the women, amy craig finished first in just over two hours 28 minutes, followed by two others. they will be running in their fourth olympic games. we had seven new hampshire runners competing in the marathon trials yesterday. none of them qualify for the olympic team, but here they are. the top new hampshire finisher was keely maguire. congratulations to all of the granite state runners that told the line -- toed the line.
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new hampshire voters were showing support for the new england patriots during new hampshire' s primary -- tom brady got two write-ins votes on the republican side and two on the democratic side as . -- as well. and coach bill belichick got one democratic write-in. taking love to a whole new level. how one man in indiana is showing his wife just how much he cares. now to our u-local hot shot. our director, rick, wanted to with his wife mary and baby nora a happy valentine' s day. here they are all bundled up to go play in the snow. you can submit your pictures and video, and join the thousands of u-local members, by logging onto
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amy: a man in indiana gave his wife quite a surprise for valentine' s day. josh: patrick sullivan says his wife only asked for a modest gift like a note or a card. but this year, he had something different in mind. he bought space on a billboard that featured the message pat and patty forever 27 years and counting. you complete me, love pat. i wonder how that went over. amy: i do, too. researchers at the university of california hope to build a seismic network to track earthquakes through smartphones. josh: my-shake is a free app for android phones. it uses sensors inside the phone to map earthquakes occurring
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the ultimate goal is to build a worldwide seismic network and use the data to reduce the effects of earthquakes. i' ve got to get that. amy: of course you do. josh: the only thing shaking today is our bodies. it' s called out there. it' s currently below -- it is cold out there. it' s currently below zero. amy: be sure to tune at 10:00 a.m. for "close up." first it' america." thanks for watching, and i will
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presidents' day sales event. good morning, america. breaking overnight -- remembering supreme court justice antonin scalia, the high court's leading conservative voice passing away suddenly at this ranch in texas at the age of 79. >> he influenced a generation of judges, lawyers, and students and profoundly shaped the legal landscape. lowered to half-staff in his honor. this morning, the focus on his legacy. >> getting nominated to the supreme court is a culmination of a dream, of course. >> scalia served three decades
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