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adam: now at noon, we' re waiting to learn who will split the record-breaking powerball jackpot. the three states with winning tickets and the biggest prize won in new hampshire. kevin: a couple of snow showers out there, but what about the weekend? we will have all the latest with futurecast ahead. adam: plus, republican presidential hopefuls gear up to take the stage, but only seven candidates made the cut for the first debate of 2016. and actor alan rickman loses a battle with cancer. how j.k. rowling is remembering the star from the "harry potter" movies. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit] >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at noon. adam: there' s plenty of buzz around this grocery store in
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s one of the places where someone bought a winning powerball ticket that will get a share of the record-breaking one $1.6 jackpot. billion good afternoon. i' m adam sexton. so far, none of the big winners have come forward. the three winning tickets were sold in florida, los angeles, and tennessee. but just who the lucky people are remains unknown. here in new hampshire, we have a $50,000 winner. wmur' s ray brewer joins us live, re here, i' m guessing it wasn' t you. ray: what, i love my job, adam. of course i would be here. powerball fever was definitely sweeping the 44 states, two territories, and the nation' s capital where the game is played, and new hampshire was not immune. in answer to your question, no, i did not win the $50,000. nearly two million tickets were sold between sunday and wednesday' s drawing, far in excess of the average ticket
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a week. -- 400,000 to 700,000 a week. in advance of the record powerball jackpot, stores in new tickets at a record rate. doug davidson: i bought about eight of them for my relatives in new york and colorado, and i $8. ray: shoppers at this hannafords check their tickets, as the store sold a $50,000 winner. but in three places across the country, people were no doubt triple checking their tickets. >> chino hills. chino hills. chino hills. ray: crowds rushed to this 7-eleven in southern california, one of three stores to sell a ticket that matched all the numbers. >> it' s almost like we won, even though we didn' t because our community won. ray: the other winning tickets were sold in munford, tennessee and melbourne beach, florida. while granite staters didn' t win millions, new hampshire stores did sell tickets worth almost $700,000 in prize money. and while the big jackpot is gone, the next drawing is worth an estimated $40 million, which doesn' t sound too bad to some. michael boucher: i would be happy with $5 million right now.
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kids and everything. ray: and if you bought your ticket in massachusetts, you might want to double check. stores in east bridgewater and charlestown sold tickets worth a in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. trying, won' t we, ray? turning to the weather now, and a live look at our camera in meredith. we saw some light snow showers this morning and plenty of cold temperatures. meteorologist kevin skarupa joins us now with how long the chill will stick around. kevin: we will moderate, adam, over the next priority eight hours. the next system will be -- the next system. he started with sunshine, you may add a few. developing storm through the gulf of mexico that will start angling northeast. that track of that system will be eventually key for us and how close we are to it. mouse will keep a far enough
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than just like precipitation. a couple are hinting at a little bit more. we will talk about it with futurecast and look through your weekend forecast in just a victory -- in just a bit. adam: thanks, kevin. right now, vermont state police are investigating a deadly crash in marshfield. police say 47-year-old kelly may of bethlehem was not wearing a of her car on route 2. she was thrown from the vehicle police say the roads were covered in snow and ice at the time. for the thief they say stole a car and then crashed it. officers say the car was stolen from concord street sometime between 8:00 tuesday night and 1:00 wednesday morning. the keys had been left inside. around 11:00 yesterday morning, police say someone reported that the car had struck a rock on shaker road. when officers arrived, the driver was gone. today, the new england patriots are responding after defensive line chandler jones made a and unexpected trip to the hospital.
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unsatisfied injury. he was not available during the 45 minutes the reporters were allowed inside the patriots locker room. he was later seen on the football field. coach bill belichick says the team is ignoring all distractions, and the health of all his players is a top priority. coach belichick: there is nothing more important to me personally than the health and well being of players, staff, and support people in this organization. adam: when asked how the incident would affect the patriots' playoff game against ll find out saturday." the first presidential debate of 2016 is just hours away. carolina for the republican debate hosted by fox business network. take part in the prime time event, making it the smallest many are eager to see how things play out between top two candidates ted cruz and donald trump. this as rand paul is fighting to get back in the mix after being
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with carly fiorina. marc sandalow: to go and be sent back to the little kids' table, which is what is happening to fiorina and now to rand paul, it' s devastating because it is the network saying you' re not ready for primetime. adam: senator paul is asking party leaders to let him on the main stage based on the results of a new poll in iowa, even though it was released after the deadline. today, democrat bernie sanders will be in new hampshire. he has a press conference in hanover at 6:00 to announce a new endorsement and then speak at a town hall hosted by dartmouth college at 7:00. we will stream both live on and on our mobile app. today, lawmakers in maine are expected to take up an attempt to impeach governor paul lepage. the impeachment order, sponsored
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lists eight counts of alleged misconduct by governor lepage, including refusing to sign off on voter-approved bonds, launching a secret investigation into the maine human rights withhold state funds from a private charter school if it opponents. the impeachment attempt comes comments saying that "young impregnated by out-of-state drug dealers. backers of the islamic state are now claiming responsibility for a deadly attack in indonesia. authorities say attackers set off explosions at a starbucks cafe in a shopping area and began gun battles with police. investigators say at least five attackers and at least two others were killed and 10 people were injured. police have say the area near the mall is now secure. police in italy say decisive dna evidence led them to arrest a man in connection with the strangulation death of a 35-year-old american woman. ashley olsen was found on her bed over the weekend. investigators say she was killed
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suffered a skull fracture after an apparent night of drinking and drugs. the suspect has not yet been charged. a well-known actor has lost his battle to cancer. coming up, we take a look at how britain' s alan rickman is being remembered today. plus, the oscar nominations are in. next, we' ll show you who will be up for academy awards. kevin: partial sunshine is afternoon and temperatures warming up a touchdown for arrive over the weekend. i will have all of the details with futurecast ahead. adam: plus, our extreme couponer is here today. she shares her tips on saving money when it comes to
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cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change. i'm bernie sanders,
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alan rickman: turn to page 394. adam: he was the bad guy with a memorable voice. today, the entertainment world is mourning the death of british actor alan rickman. rickman' s family said that the actor died after an extended battle with cancer. he was known for his role as hans gruber in "die hard" and professor snape in the "harry potter" series. j.k. rowling expressed her condolences on twitter today saying, "there are no words to express how shocked and devastated i am to hear of alan rickman' s death. he was a magnificent actor and a wonderful man."
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survived by his wife. i remember him from "robin hood: prince of thieves." kevin: sure. we are looking at temperatures starting to warm up a victory the system is going to make a pretty close pass to us. adam: and is a birthday on the horizon? we will talk about how to save money when buying birthday gifts and how to score some freebies. now to our u-local hot shot. looks like this pomeranian is enjoying the outdoors. you can submit your pictures and video, and join the thousands of u-local members, by logging onto
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adam: it is a huge day for film stars in hollywood. the oscar nominations are in, and abc' s brandi hitt has a look at which movies, actors, and filmmakers will be up for awards. brandi: the brutal drama "the revenant" leads the pack, receiving 12 oscar nominations, -- >> where is she taking them? brandi: followed by the action flick "mad max: fury road" with 10. both films are among the 8 nominated for best picture.
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leonardo dicaprio in "the brandi: golden globe winner leonardo dicaprio is among an a-list group up for best actor, including brian cranston, matt damon, michael fassbender, and eddie redmayne for his role in the "danish girl." he took home an oscar last year. >> i am scared. >> i know. brandi: nominated for best actress, golden globe winner brie larson, who spoke to "good the announcement. m shaking right now. i am really confused. i mean, it' s the highest form of flattery in my field. brandi: she' s competing against cate blanchett, jennifer lawrence, charlotte rampling, and saoirse ronan. chris connelly: it should be pointed out -- it is a whitewash in the acting categories. brandi: white actors representing all 20 acting nominations again this year. the blockbuster "star wars: the force awakens" also received five nods in technical categories. as the countdown now begins to oscar sunday with this year' s host, chris rock. some were surprised "straight outta compton" wasn'
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for best picture nor director ridley scott for "the martian." see who wins oscar gold, brandi hitt, abc news, los angeles. adam: as you just heard, the on february 28. t forget, you can watch the awards live right here on wmur news 9. they show begins at 7:00. >> now, meteorologist kevin forecast. kevin: a little bit of a switcheroo through the morning hours were where we saw flurries, of north, use all sunshine overnight and cold temperatures. some northern areas had temperatures fall into single digits below 0. you will start adding clouds through the afternoon, and eventually the chance of a snow shower of north later on today and even early this evening. otherwise, a blend of sunshine and clouds, a seasonably chilly day. temperatures 20'
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close to the average, and a fairly mundane wind as well p are only around 5 miles an hour as opposed to the gusts yesterday, 40 miles an hour and higher across areas of opportunity. from there -- of upper terrain. from there, some areas may have the occasional overcast or flurry around. all eyes have been waiting on an area of low pressure to form in the gulf of mexico. it is now doing so. this is where computer maps, even though they have been able to predict what has enabled to happen over the last three or four days, will start locking in on a particular tract. by senate makes its 1500-mile journey eased, how close it is to us will make all the difference and what saturday will be, which is the true wildcard of our 7-day forecast. back to 0 up north, mid-20' s in southern areas. a few spots reaching 30 this afternoon. westerly wind 5 miles to 10
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wind, warmer than it was yesterday when it was gusting over 35 miles an hour. a couple of snow showers or flurries for the afternoon with the occasional overcast. a lot of those will be confined to the northern half of the state with partly cloudy skies again tonight, we drop back to the single digits and teens. clouds work their way into tomorrow. temperatures tomorrow will go anywhere from 28 to 36. the clouds only get thicker friday evening and early saturday. this is where we tell you that futurecast is one of eight or nine different computer mouse that we look at. this one probably gives you the most precipitation of all the nine maps that we look at. the timeline from just around sunrise on saturday, the chance of a little bit of light snow or light mix, and then ending probably sometime in the afternoon. as it stands now, it looks like the happiest portion of the system should stay far enough to ourselves. there are just a couple of those nine maps hinting at bigger snow
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certainly worth tracking, but again the lions share of the still have it a little bit farther away. regardless, wintry mix/light snow, it pulls away, setting a pretty quiet end of the week with a pretty chilly beginning to next week with temperatures s. again, wildcard here saturday. arrival early saturday morning, away in the afternoon. we will keep you updated on the maps, more rounds this afternoon, and we will keep tabs on it for you, adam. adam: kevin, everyone with a birthday this time of year, if you are even lucky enough that people remember after the holidays, you cannot go outside, it is hard to organize a party, so we have extreme couponer fetzer kim bergeron here to tell us that we execute a successful birthday -- coupon professor kim bergeron is here to tell of how we execute a successful birthday. kim: in the summer, we go to the playgrounds, a pool, the lake,
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you can get teams out there and go build snowmen. i like my snowmen right outside my kitchen window, so who can make the biggest, who can be the most creative? put your props out there, and let them have a ball while they are outside. they are getting fresh air and having fun, too. another thing is games. our kids will play charades for hours. or karaoke machine. it is not costing you much money. one thing i like to talk about, too, as we got a lot of invitations for birthday parties. adam: this is a phenomenon these days -- you kind of have to invite everybody. how do you navigate that? kim: if we have never been to your house before to play, we do not go to a birthday party. my kids might think they want to invite 20 kids -- if they have not been to our house, they are not invited to the birthday party. that is how we narrowed down to 10 kids.
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kids come on the bus at 2: 15, so i do not want them to sleepover, too. again, the games is a huge thing. cut your budget down by making your own cakes. we do our own cakes, cupcakes. that will sometimes be the theme of a party. make your own pizza is part of the party as well. decorate your own cupcakes, have your own ice cream sundays. i make my own ice cream cakes. they are so simple, and they cost a fortune, so making your own is another way to cost cut down -- to cut costs down as well. if you are sign up for different birthday $10 gift card. for that. you can get freebies, admission can find on my website. adam: the website of course, and you have to watch out for the party proliferation these days. there is a pressure to bring it important to keep it within
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kim: right, and i give you examples of how you can skip gift bags, and kids still go home with fun prizes. adam: all right. i hope mrs. sexton was watching this one. it is my birthday tomorrow. kim: happy birthday. adam: all right, kim bergeron, stood strong... hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest i'm hillary clinton and
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adam: in today' s adopt a pet, meet rosie. she is a beautiful 8-year-old shepherd mix currently waiting to meet her forever family at the new hampshire spca. she is house-trained and loves to be pet. to find out more about rosie and other adoptable animals, visit one unfinished blue shoe building is attracting a lot of attention in taiwan. the giant blue building, shaped like a high-heeled shoe, is actually a church. it' s still under construction, but that' s not stopping tourists from visiting. the design honors victims of blackfoot disease, and the church specifically wanted to honor the women who had leg
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disease. kevin skarupa joining us now with a little wrap up. what is the weekend looking like? kevin: it is saturday, obviously the wild card of the situation snow is a possibility. just one or two maps at the -- of the nine that we look at our mentioning that pure and we will keep an eye on that here. adam: all right, thanks, kevin. starting tonight at 5:00, another retailer announcing a round of closures. which familiar brand will be affected this time? and as they prepare for another debate tonight, republicans have started preparing for a contested convention. that does it for us. i am adam sexton. have a great afternoon. marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush.
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where he stands. right to rise usa
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you got people working incredibly long hours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999. the bottom line of this economy is that it is rigged. what this campaign is about is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week
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