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. >> and now the department is saying a chance to meet her heroes. 7's sarah french has the full story. >> good. >>reporter: what started out as a school project has now landed eight-year-old sabrina campbell in the police station face to >> such a great thing you did. we appreciate it. >>reporter: but sabrina is not in trouble. far from it.
donald trump on the other hand, he's pulling out his not-so-secret weapon of sarah palin again and promising voters, he's relying on a lot of non-traditional voters who don't typically come out the caucus, telling them he might surprise them at certain caucuses this evening, sort of a similar situation to bernie sanders and hillary clinton, who are really in a statistical tie right now. a dead heat on the democratic side. sanders hoping he can get those voters all of those giant crowds
." >> sarah: what's happening in iowa right now is different from primary. our new exclusive poll numbers show two clear front-runners in the granite state, and 7's andy hiller live in manchester with the new numbers from overnight. good morning, andy. >> andy: good morning. bring it on. iowa is history, and now new hampshire is getting ready the make some of its own. the candidates are coming, or they arrived overnight. and a week before new hampshire votes, republican donald trump and democrat bernie sanders are both big leaders here, though only one of them won in iowa last night. despite his disappointing finish in the caucus, donald trump is still the leader here with 38%. ted cruz is second with 14% and marco rubio is third with 10%. john kasich and jeb bush both have 9%. the rest of the republicans are in low single digits. chris christie 5%, ben carson
>> sarah:>> marshall: route 3 northbound in plymouth. you can see the difference a few miles makes. on the cape very heavy snow with some limited visibility. now we're a few miles north of the sagamore bridge, and there are a few flakes out there, but nothing compared to what we were seeing before. this obviously is what's moving north, and you'll see that it's eventually going time pact traffic. danielle gersh is here to tell us what it looks like right now. >> danielle: thanks, marshall. good morning, everyone. let's head outside and take a look. this is the expressway from braintree into boston. 16 minutes. the hov lane is closed because of the weather, much like friday. we'll see some slowing there. south of town no major issues. into town on the pike, no issues there. if you're headed into boston on 39 southbound, you're slow and go from lawrence over 128 into boston. route 1 looking good so far this morning. will let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting
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