jamie guirola, nbc 6 news. >>> tonight, hillary clinton and bernie sanders faced off in the democratic town hall. w just a two person race. both are paincampaigning hard. new hampshire voters questioned both candidates about their top concerns. steve litz is joining us live with more tonight. >> reporter: tonight in new @ hampshire, sanders and clinton, they squared off. they clash over who was the true champion of progressive liberal politics in america. the first question to vermont senator bernie sanders came from a manaking $41,000 a year, worrieded about sanders raising taxes. >> we will reduce your healalcare cost by $5,000. you will pay moren taxes but to pay private health insurance premiums. >> reporter: in one qui[k sentence, he ticked off how his brand of sociaiism will benefit americans. >> we will raise the minimum wage. we will have healthcare for all people. we will make colleges and universities tuition free. >> reporter: it pitted sanders against clinton who takes issue with sanders' doubting her progressive kra shen dalcredentials. >> i know where i stand. i know who
jamie guirola, nbc 6 news. >>> this morning's storms uprooted trees and left neighborhoods a mess. the winds were so powerful, it also wreaked havoc for drivers on i-95 during the morning rush hour. nbc 6 anchor keith jones is live from north miami beach tonight. >> reporter: here at 95, yards from where i'm standing, contrary to popular belief, the twister did not blow that tractor-trailer over. what happened was onon of those huge green signs that span over i-95 south was blown into traffic. three cars then wrecked trying to avoid that sign. that trtor-trailer jackknifed trying to avoid those three cars. nobody was hurt. absolute mess on 95. and also in a nearby neighborhood. >> i was sleeping. and then i heard a crazy boom. >> reporter: here's the source. a 30-year-old tree ripped out at its base, 12 feet in diameter. court. julia didngt know it was a tornado at first. >> i got an alert on my phone, shelter. i had a panic attack. >> reporter: here's what freaked out the 13-year-old. >> i came to the window and i looked out back first. and the fence was like completely -- it fell
jamie guirola, nbc 6 news. >>> hillary clinton squeezes a win in iowa, and gets a boost from a south florida mmor. this while momentum builds around marco rubio's strong performance. nbc 6 political reporter steve litz joins us in the studio to break down the local conneion to the iowa caucuses. >> rubio placing a close third in iowa. not only builds momentum, but should generate millions of dollars for his white house run. one of his main fund-raraers told me today his job just got a lot easier. miami beach's mayor is heading to nehampshire to lend his political savvy to hillary clinton. hillary clinton barely eked out a win in the iowa democratic caucus. hampshire, and miami beach mayor phil vine is going, too. >> i'm going to go to help her go door to door, bebe a surrogate, talk to as many people as i can, tell them how wonderful, how smart, hour competent secretary clinton is. >> reporter: levine has a long-standing friendsdip with the clintons and plans on campaigning hard for her in new hampshire and likely face questions about perceptions she's not trustworthy and insincere.
in miami, jamie guirola, nbc 6 news. >>> 9:07 is the time. still ahead, a big day in south carolina as voters head to the polls. nbc 6 is on the ground with what's expected to happen. >>> a south florida police department says it's not joining one of the nation's largest law enforcement agencies is considering it. >>> south florida, dealing with a few cloudsing especially along coastal areas. winds will pick up later this afternoon and small crafts should exercise caution. the question is will the clouds >>> it's a big day in the race for the white house. hillary clinton and bernie sanders face off while republicansns battle it out in their south carolina primary. nbc 6's steve litz from south carolina's capital. >> reporter: starting saturday morning, the south will have its say. polls open early in the south carolina republican primary elections, and while some voters have made a commitment -- conservative state. like the principles that ted cruz is preaching. he's a conservative man, a man of god. that's what our country was founded on. >>
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