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jennifer: it was along this path near his house a deputy conservation officer with fish and game was walking with his dog when they were attacked by two pit bulls. >> this was where the dog had her pinned down and was shaking her. jennifer: lady is recovering from multiple wounds. dave out with her for a walk, she was at his side when they were attacked by a pair of pitbulls. >> all of a sudden i was pulled over backwards. one jumped up. it was shredded. jennifer: he says it' s with his closest called in over 20 years of law-enforcement. >> it came at my face and neck.
i was punching as hard as i could. i' m a big guy. i could not even get their attention. jennifer: the owner of the home finally coming to help. dave took lady home to get her to the vet. he and his wife, animal lovers with a message. >> we could not live with ourselves if this happens to anyone else. we want people to be responsible because the dogs are not able to it is up to the people. jennifer: the homeowner faces six violations, two each for letting them run loose and for the attacks. >> if it was a woman or a child, it would have been catastrophic. jennifer: the investigation continues into other encounters with these pebbles. meantime, although the homeowner faces violation offenses, he
must appear before a judge. jennifer crompton, wmur news 9. josh: tom: now to franklin where a man walking his dog made a disturbing find. the fire department quickly set up a perimeter after taking one look at some suspicious looking bottles and federal investigators were called in. wmur' s shelley walcott joins us live with details of this investigation. >> this is dangerous stuff. somebody was cooking meth in individual bottles. a resident walking his dog spotted the strange bottles. some of them had tubes sticking out of them. the area was sealed off and called in the fire department. we spoke to the police chief and here are some details he offered. >> last night in individual walking their dog happened to
it was a plastic bottle and it was smoking, or had some ingredients he did not recognize. he called us and we were able to identify it as methamphetamine production. in mind and expect to make some arrests shortly. >> a man was taken into custody last night at the econo-lodge in manchester, charged with selling heroin. manchester police worked with a state police narcotics unit to execute a search warrant of the hotel, they arrested 26-year-old paulson papillon. additional charges include possession with intent to distribute heroin and cocaine. bail was set at $10,000 cash. tonight on wmur we will be airing a special town hall event focusing squarly on the war on heroin and the crisis of addiction in new hampshire. tom: josh mcelveen was one of the moderators of the event and
was was discussed. josh: amy joins me in this discussion, taking a look at the most important issue facing the state. we hear from doctors, law enforcement, students, and parents. a mother whose son has been in jail, but can' t get treatment. >> it is the perfect time and they are getting no help at all. >> i had a mother calling from south carolina. her daughter is in jail. i said don' t bail her out. the best thing you could do is not bail her out. let her meet with the counseling staff. >> they are not just going to be department of corrections watching tv. they are in programming. >> a funeral director who has worn a path to one address. >> we' ve responded to the same
room on four occasions. is anything being done to address the landlord of those properties? >> we have prevented a heck of a lot more than has occurred. we want to get it to the point where there are no overdoses at that address. >> we are graduating and there is no preparation within the schools to tell us what to look out for. >> this is synthetic coming from mexico or south america of along the pre-existing distribution routes. >> we have to increase the amount of marking we use because it is so powerful. >> addiction is a conviction -- can be beaten. >> you can have a good life. there is people willing to help you. don'
josh: just part of the discussion in tonight' s town hall. airing tonight at 7:00 on wmur. if you know someone who needs help, the talk might help you find a path. josh mcelveen, wmur news 9. tom: some call it a political witch hunt while others call it a search for the truth. former secretary of state hillary clinton went before a house committee today to answer questions about benghazi. wmur' s andy hershberger joins us now live with what happened. andy: hillary clinton is still e-mail to benghazi. it is billed as the can -- the definitive committee getting answers on benghazi. this panel made up of seven house republicans and five democrats questioned candidate hillary clinton who was secretary of state when the u.s.
attacked on september 11, resulting in the death of four americans. hillary clinton: i am here, despite all of the investigations and talk about partisan agendas, to honor those we lost and to do what i can to aid those who serve us still. >> republicans insist the committee is breaking new ground on benghazi. >> there are people who have suggested this is about you. let me assure you it is not. >> democrats suggested this is rehashing the event at the extent of her political aspirations. >> republicans are squandering millions of dollars on this abusive effort to derail secretary clinton' s campaign. >> there were questions about how much intelligence she had prior to the attack. hillary clinton: i did not conduct most of the business i
e-mail. >> most exchanges were pointed, but polite. the most heated between the top democrat and republican on the committee who argued over e-mails between clinton and her friend. >> you need to make sure the entire record is correct. >> that is exactly what i want to do. i move we put into the record the entire transcript. >> one democrat said today he had hoped this would be the final word on this investigation . he knows it will not. andy hershberger, wmur news 9. tom: a new owner tonight at the home of tax invaders. that is not all that was for sale. check out what was inside. mike: haunted thursday takes us to the house in haunted hill. some of the scary things to
they range from china, jewelry, tools and antiques. even the kitchen sink. >> the first thing i noticed was the kitchen stove. it is like a $20,000, on some antique sites. tom: sweeney reminds people to come with cash or certified checks. jennifer: planned parenthood in claremont was closed again today but they hope to reopen soon. the clinic had to close yesterday and today after police say a boy broke in and destroyed thousands of dollars in equipment. he also is accused of damaging the plumbing flooding both the clinic and the business next door. tom: if you like the warm temperatures, you are out a block tomorrow. hayley: if you want the cool air back, you are getting it. this was a one-day thing. clouds and showers moving now.
mike: where are they? it is a scary place. joining me now is the owner, bruce perkins, and also a character to talk about this place. thanks for joining us tonight. who is your friend here? >> a hobgoblin. he hangs around. he likes to meet everybody. mike: how many characters did you have wandering around scaring people? >> between 15 and 40 or so, depending on the night. we started this 20 years ago. i got married on halloween. that is where it started. we had a little thing in the backyard. mike: when people pay to get in, some of the proceeds go to charity. >> we give to the thanksgiving boys fund and christmas funds around here.
mike: that is terrific. tell me the hours of operation. when do you open? sunday' s 7:00 to 9:00 and next week 7 to whenever. mike: can you get me out of this place? >> you are on your own, pal. mike: i better start right now. it is time for the weather. i think there is some chilly air [laughter] s right. it is going to be chillier. you. look at these live luxe. look at the sunset. most of us seeing the rain at the seiko' s -- of the seacoast. the skies out.
many of you join the 70 degree club today in late october. temperatures in the 70' s in nashua, salem. low 70' s in dover. here is where we stand right now. we are you in the 60' s. even into the 50' s in the matter knock region. 62 concord. 63 in nashua. here is going to be the dealbreaker. the winds are going to shift because of a cold front. right now the wind is out of the southwest. they are going to switch around overnight and come out of the northwest and that is going to drag down the cold air right out of quebec. are going to feel different compared to today. here are the remaining clouds. most of the showers are basically gone. a few communities around the coast line.
you' ve got another 15 minutes and then these showers will be gone. the clouds clearing away. the actual cold front is in quebec. this will slides through overnight and that will open the floodgates to this colder air we are going to have coming down out of the northwest tomorrow. lingering showers, clouds in the evening. those clear out and here we are friday morning waking up to sunshine in most locations. maybe some lingering clouds, possibly a snow shower. most of us remain dry tomorrow and then we are back to sunshine with completely clear skies. it is going to be like earlier this week with all of us falling into the 20' s overnight. saturday looks dry. just going to be some clouds.
sunday is the day where we will have a few showers. your outdoor plans will be best on saturday. sunday a few showers in the morning. tonight clouds clear. the cool night of northward temperatures will be in the 30' s. tomorrow, a big difference. some communities, a 20 degree difference. 40' s up north. here is a look at the weekend. sunny on saturday. 54 and sunday morning showers should clear out for the afternoon. 50' s next week. no big up slowdowns. 70' s felt nice. tom: looks like our producers have fun with mike in the field. that is what i look like and i ask for more time for sports.
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a big game for the unh football team. three wins, three losses. they need a win. >> came back. we will see live today away from practice. we have a really big test with delaware. a great place to play. >> right now, 3-3, we are going to a crucial part of our season. we' ve got to win. it starts with this practice ahead of us. jamie: this week' s hometown hero is a candidate for the gatorade player of the year award, as well as an under armour all-american nominee, jason king has her story. jason: thanks in part to the work of their senior captain, joe and coffee. she broke the state record for assists.
she has more than 1900 to her credit. >> it was awesome. it was a huge accomplishment for me. i' ve been playing varsity since my sophomore year. it showed how much hard work i put into the season. jason: volleyball is a family affair. her sister was a hometown hero last year and now plays at university. >> she and i are so close. her being a hometown hero last year is awesome. she taught me a lot about the game. she was the grow i looked up to last year. having the girls look up to me means a lot. >> now it' s jo' s turn. >> it would be amazing. this is our goal, to win another state championship.
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