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says he is not a danger to anyone. this after police say he fired several shots in a neighborhood. good evening, thank you for joining us, i'm josh mcelveen. jean: and i'm jean mackin. christopher garon is behind bars, his family has concerns about his mental health. josh: mike cronin has more. reporter: garon pleaded not guilty, his family said he's gotten help before, but it's been a few years. accused of firing a semi-automatic rifle several times in a hooksett 23-year-old krif garon defended himself today. >> i've never done anything like that before. reporter: the manchester man told the judge he'd like to get help. >> i'm not a danger to myself or anybody else, i just had a very bad morning. reporter: last night hooksett officers were called to an undeveloped cul-de-sac off campus drive after they say garon's parents contacted them saying he was unstable. manchester swat team responded. >> they were looking for the
rounds being discharged in close proximity to them. reporter: police don't know what garon was allegedly firing at. nearby the family found these two bullets on their porch and they they weren't there before the incident. they also heard police negotiating with garon. >> there were announcements like come on, boy, surrender, drop your gun, and come, we'll help you. reporter: eventua surrendered. he's charged with reckless conduct and disorderly conduct. in court, garon's mother said he has adhd and as as syndrome. >> i believe he needs further evaluation. reporter: he's being held on $10,000 cash bail but could be released if he agrees to go to a secure psychiatric facility.
the man accused of planting bombs in new york and new jersey this weekend. the f.b.i. has confirmed that the father of suspect ahmad kahn rahami called two years ago, worry that his son was a terrorist. but agents found nothing connecting rahami to terror groups. reporter: the suspected bomber ahmad kahn rahamis journal now in the hands of investigators. the pages apparently shot through with with with a in this gun battle with police monday morning. officials revealing rahami's writings included references to the late american al qaeda cleric, anwar al alwaki linkedded to a number of terrorist attacks. the f.b.i. now confirming agents first became aware of rahami in 2014. after rahami's father contacted the f.b.i. to report that his son was interacting with bad
recanted, the f.b.i. still looked into rahami's travels in 2013 to pakistan, a known hot bed of extremism. and later to afghanistan where he stayed for almost a year. rahami claimed he was visiting his wife and family. the f.b.i. investigated and determined there was no evidence of that. >> the question is also what was the radicalization process, is he telling the truth, did he go to trips are going to be the foundation for much more indepth investigations. reporter: still questions remain what was the suspect's motive and did he have any help. we do know he's still in the hospital, apparently refusing to cooperate, his first court date next wednesday. jean: salem police say it is taking added security precautions at the mall at
immediately after saturday's stabbing spree at a mall in minnesota. at least 10 people were injured. right now that attack is being investigated as a potential act of terror. tonight eight more people are in custody in connection to july's deadly truck attack in nice, france. the men arrested are french and tune eastern an and had had links to the attacker. the threat to france remains higher than ever, about 300 people have been french terror related investigations so far in year. josh: tonight two young mothers are facing charges after an alarmed shopper called police apparently worried about their infants. authority say the two were heavily intoxicated, one of them lying in a puddle holding her baby over her head. amy coveno with the unusual order that police gave to one of the mothers during the booking process. reporter: the shift commander ordered the woman to stop breastfeeding. police say they felt she was so
rockingham park in salem who noticed baylie lecolt and amber giordano in the parking garage, one of them was lying in a greasy puddle holding an infant over her head. they admitted to consuming alcohol during the day, but became so uncold front i after the arrest that the booking process took four hours. >> during the booking process and we had had commander was holding one of the babies for a while as well as our dispatchers were helping out holding the babies. >> the babies were released into the care of their respective grandparents. the pair are out on bail, they'll be back in court octobe. amy coveno, wmur news 9. jean: goffstown police are investigating a man who allegedly exposed himself to students and they believe he was
naoko is live in goffstown with the latest on this case. reporter: jean, police have located both the car and driver, although no arrests have been made. police say that this happened yesterday at the intersection of route 114 and shirley hill road around 3:00 in the afternoon. according to students on the school bus, the car, a gray nissan, had been follow the bus for quite some time. when the bus pulled over into the left turn lane they say the bus and then allegedly exposed himself. the students on the bus had cell phones and police say the pictures and videos are now being used as evidence. >> we're still under investigation, but it was obvious to the people on the bus, and they were able to take some pictures and some videos that allowed us to further investigate and develop a suspect. reporter: the school bus was heading to goffstown high school
police say they expect to bring charges in the coming days. josh: that wet weather that kicked off the week is pretty much moved out and at this hour bright blue skies shining down on new hampshire. mike haddad says this sunshine is going to be sticking around for the last days of summer. mike that's right, josh, not only the sunshine but the summer warmth. temperatures well above average today. the highs so far across new hampshire, low 80's, even along the canadian border to upper 70 80's in concord and back through the upper valley in lebanon. still very warm statewide, we've got readings in the upper 70's to lower to mid 80's. cooler as winds have kicked on shore right at the coast, but as can you see to our west, temperatures still run well above the average, aall the way back into the midwest. that will be over us through thursday before the next front pays us a visit by the tail end of the week. what about a big cooldown, what does that happen, and how much
jean: tonight another town is instituting an outdoor water ban because of the extreme drought. but in plaistow, some are stepping in to help those who might be having problems with their wells and need to conserve water. andy hershberger is live to explain. reporter: jean, water restrictions in this town were just instituted by the selectmen last night. but several local organizations have already started helping residents deal with the every private home in plaistow is on a private well. with the community facing what has been called a slow moving natural disaster, town officials last night voted to ban all outdoor watering. >> people really need to conserve as much water as we can. we're in a major drought, and we have to take conversation efforts seriously. reporter: the town manager says several community and faith based groups have already
the local ymca is offering shower facilities for people who may be in danger of running low. same thing at the public safety complex, where residents can shower and get tap water for drinking and cooking during normal business hours. fire officials have also placed a ban on all outdoor burning. >> the ground is getting dried out and if something were to progress into the woods, we're going to have a lot more difficulty extinguishing it along with the fact that plaistow doesn't have any large bodies gaining access to water would be an issue. reporter: authorities say the burn ban will be the place for the foreseeable future. and any additional water restrictions would have to come from the state. given the situation, local officials want people to remember what they do can affect their neighbor. >> i think plaistow residents will do as they have always done, they'll support each other. we have neighbors that are working with neighbors, and we're going to get through this
reporter: the outdoor watering ban will officially go into effect until monday. the local officials hope people won't wait until then to start conserving. live in plaistow, andy hershberger, wmur news 9. jean: thanks, andy. right now officials are trying to figure out if a coyote was spotted near golden brook elementary this afternoon, police received a call around 2:00 from a parent saying a coyote may have been spotted in the plaintiffs were stationed at the school during dismissal as a safety precaution. officials say the coyote was never located. josh: the new hampshire democratic party skiing the state's ballot law commission to reconsider the decision to allow independent candidate sean o'connor on the ballot for district one. o'connor submitted the 1500 signatures required to make it onto the ballot as an independent. but apparently 26 of those names had already signed nomination
of ballot law rejectedded the democratic party argument that o'connor should be disqualified for the duplication. >> everyone else used the same form that we used which ways the only form that was available at the time that we started collecting petitions. but this is just a frivolous attempt by the party to exclude me from the democratic process. >> its request through the ballot law commission to reconsider its decision, a lawyer for the democratic party said he believes the ballot law issue relevant to its decision. we'll have more on this dispute couple at 6:00 including a look at who in the first c.d. race might benefit from o'connor's existence on the november ballot. president obama meanwhile appeared before the u. n. general assembly today making his final address to world leaders as president of the united states. the president described an evolving world, pressing the importance of more open societies. he also called upon nations to
build a global economy that supports everyone. >> ladies and gentlemen, today a nation ringed by walls would only imprison itself. so the answer cannot be a simple rejection of global integration. instead we must work together to make sure the benefits of such integration are broadly shared. and that the disruptions, cultural, that are caused by integration are scarily addressed. josh: president obama called democracy hard work that takes generations to achieve. but of course worth it. jean: traffic watch time, let see how things are moving out there, live pictures looking over 293 in manchester. not overlooking the u. n. address. we think traffic went pretty well there.
hampshire roads. >> yes, hi, jean. we have some pretty good traffic compared to yesterday with all the rainfall. however there is one serious crash being investigated in londonderry, this is at olderry road and iris lane. so use caution getting through that area while they continue to investigate a rollover. 93 north a pretty good ride coming up from the state line through salem, a little slow through the work zone, then back on the gas to 293 in city itself, and it's a good ride up through the hooksett tolls and into concord. taking a look at 101 west, a little slow through the lights as you make your way from manchester out to bedford, everett turnpike northbound thick through the merrimack stretch. 101 from manchester to hampton is an easy ride out on the seacoast route 108 in durham is stop and go due to road work. and we've got our usual volume on the spaulding turnpike north in newington.
jean: a sculpture dedicated to a victim of the holocaust is now the center of a police investigation. next at 5:00, what was stolen from this grave in massachusetts and what the man who created it is now saying. josh: plus actor jim carrey is the target of a wrongful death lawsuit after his ex-girlfriend's deadly drug overdose. reporter: the sunny stretch does look to continue over the next couple days, the changes we'll see friday and this wee. issue of drug addiction and teens. what's being done right now in new hampshire to help. josh: calls for change at the top of the dcyf after the agency says it can't be ready to help kid in need at all hours of the
we are one nation under god. that black and white, we are one nation indivisible. that republican and
democrat, we are all americans. i'd like to punch him in the face. you know what they used to do to guys like that? they'd be carried out in a stretcher, folks. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters. priorities usa action is responsible josh: seems that brad pitt and angelina jolie are call it quits. jolie filed for divorce yesterday citing irreconcilable differences. they've been together since 2004. according to court documents the pair separated on september 15, she is seeking custody of their 60's children. but asking the court to also
carrey's ex-girlfriend is suing the actor saying he caused her death. a wrongful death lawsuit accuses carrey of providing the prescription drugs used in the deadly overdose of k. white back in 2015. it also accuses carrey of unlawfully obtaining the o'yoadz under an alias. he says the lawsuit is an attempt at exploit 80's. right now in mas who stole two bronze stars of david from a grave. the stars at milton cemetery were taken over the weekend. the sculpt store created to it honor his sister and the more than one million children who died during the holocaust. he says his first reaction was resentment. >> nobody should do that to anybody's sculpture or anybody's memorial. jean: cemetery staff noticed the
mike: we're getting closer and closer to the start of autumn, but summer is holding on in a big way. temperatures well above average by at least 10, 12, 13 degrees in many spots today. notice right now we've got a sunny scenario out there in the white mountains from conway overlooking the presidential range, also plenty of sun, deep blue skies out there in gilford, with just a couple slight tinge of the fall color. we'll get to that in a couple of moments. right now look at temperatures, 76 at the coast, mid to upper 70's far north, upper 70's in the higher terrain in the monadnock region. 80 to 85 elsewhere. normal high this time of year around 70, 71. and the humidity has been a bit of an issue over the last self hours, more so this morning and yesterday when the rain, the beneficial rain moved through,
off to our west and that takes over later on tonight and during the day tomorrow. you'll notice tomorrow the humidity much lower, it will be much more pleasant even though temperatures will only be a degree or two lower than they were today. as for overnight lows near 50 north, near 60 at the coast and mid to upper 50's for many. watch out for dense valley fog developing overnight. as for the summer temperatures, they'll hold on for tomorrow. we transition into fall at 10:21 thay fall on thursday. but then after that the cooler air just sitting over the border will begin to slip in as a cold front drifts from north to south right over new hampshire for the tail end of the week. but out in advance of that, full sunshine for your wednesday, another weak system back to the west will try to move in you late day or evening with a few high clouds along the canadian border and the best chance of clouds will come in late thursday into friday. but for tonight, mostly clear, watch out for the valley fog,
early in the morning. then on thursday, bright sunshine, and then a few clouds will begin to build in towards evening where there could be a shower in the great north woods. and the best chance of scattered showers will be friday before we really cool down, pressing into friday night and saturday and sunday. highs tomorrow, upper 70's far north, lower it's a south. and beyond that, yes, more summer warmth into the start of fall as we go into thursday. you'll notice temperatures are back into the 70's south, but only upper 60's to the north, getting ahead to the weekend, first full weekend of fall and look at this, our temperatures nowhere close to where they've been for the last several months. highs of mid to upper 60's south, near 60 far north, even a bit cooler on sunday. and the breeze will make it feel cooler as well. overnight lows in the 30's. we're working closer and closer towards the end of september, on
so what about the effects of the extreme drought and of course the high temperatures that we've seen this summer, josh is here with a look at the fall foliage outlook. josh j.: the answer on that depends on who you ask. the state's travel and tourism division has a foliage tracker, but it's not awe prediction service. rather a historical account of when found usually moves through new hampshire, which is peaking just before the columbus day weekend in the northern part of new hampshire and making to it the seacoast last, around early november. but will that happen this year? i asked several experts and most agree that northern new hampshire should be close to normal because that part of the state isn't in a drought. some predict a slightly earlier season farther south, with bright colors, possibly shorter than normal due to the stress put on the trees, maybe we can see that. and the trees during the extreme
but the year could end up being closer to normal as long as we c cool nights. but experts agree on one thing is and that is if the above average temperatures and we don't get a frost then the color won't be impressive. and josh: hopefully it all works out for everyone. state did that may a suspect runway. >> national security back in the
when i first found out that carl had been using heroin on and off for a year. i immediately thought not my son. i found him in his bathroom with a syringe still in his hand and that was the worst day of my life. this opioid epidemic. she's trying to do everything she can to get laws changed. so this doesn't happen again. she's definitely a leader. i just love annie.
when a man tried to carjack her. she stomped on his foot. so hard that he ran away. 74-year-old says the man came up to her in a parking lot. a grocery store, according to police that man is responsible for astrict of carjackings, but this woman told him, quote, it's not on my agenda to have my car stolen today. not what police advise, but in this caseworked out. jean: amazon might be opening a new book store outside boston,
josh: and you may think you're protecting your car, but are you really just burning money? a new report from triple a has a new report from triple a has many thinking narrator: over and over it's been their agenda: anything to defund planned parenthood. kelly ayotte and washington republicans
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prescription costs keep going up. it's more expensive every year. it would be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. when you take all that money it just changes you. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
jean: the crisis of opioid abuse, it's not just a problem for adults. why the government is now tracking it in children who aren't even teenagers yet. josh: police say amman chers man was drunk when he nearly hit a fire truck, what happened when he opened the door of the suspect's car. mike: the summer warmth hangs on through most of this jean: the promises presidential candidates are now making after the bombings in new york and new jersey, and the accusations both are now making. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 at 5:30. >> go to your parents, go to your counselor, go to a friend, and say help me. josh: attorney general trying to
opioid abuse epidemic in the nation's schools. i'm josh mcelveen. jean: i'm jean mackin. today lorett limp visited with students and families who lost teens to addiction in kentucky. josh: adam sexton live with reaction from educators in new hampshire. reporter: as everyone knows we've been dealing with this problem a bit longer than the schools here are already working on intervention prevention and enforcement. visiting schools in kentucky lynch drew attention to the scurnl of the opioid abuse in young people. >> 3 million americans 12 years and up are misusing prescription painkillers, 3 ft 8 million. it's a stunning number. what's also stunning is that we're start, at age 12 to track this. report high schoolers in new
awareness. >> i see people all the time, passed out, could be any reason, but that's probably one of the reasons, it's sad. reporter: jonathan says it's still gut for youth to talk to adults about addiction. >> a l. kids are scared to talk to people nowadays. reporter: in bedford the school district is working with community leaders and police to make sure kids know help is available while also enforcing the law. >> with a we know from the youth behavior risk survey done a year kids talked about the fact that they were approached to purchase drugs on school campus. >> we just yesterday had drug dogs come in and check out the school, found nothing, but that's a helpful message that we've sent. reporter: earlier this year the district added a second licensed drug and alcohol counselor and parents launched a new campaign to destigmatize addiction. >> when your child has a drug addiction, the curtains close and nobody wants to talk about
and we're trying to just say this is an illness, this isn't a character flaw. reporter: attorney general lynch had one summer message today for students and young people struggle with addiction. don't be afraid to ask for help. adam sexton, wmur news 9. josh: presidential candidates are detailing how they would protect americans after the bombings in new york and new jersey. but as aixa diaz tells us, the of not being equipped to fight terrorism. reporter: hillary clinton says the country needs steady leadership to fight terrorism. donald trump says immigration security is national security. at a rally in high point, north carolina donald trump doubled down on his proposal to suspend immigration from countries where extreme vetting cannot occur. >> we have seen out failure to screen who is entering the united states puts all of our citizens in great danger.
arrested terror suspect ahmad kahn rahami, a naturalized u.s. citizen born in afghanistan. trump also criticized hillary clinton for not using the term radical islam. >> anyone who cannot name our enemy is not fit to lead this country. >> we're not going to go after an entire religion and give isis exactly what it's wanting. reporter: clinton says trump's anti-muslim rhetoric is used by extremists as a recruiting tool terrorists. >> i'm the only candidate in this race who has been part of the hard decisions to take terrorists off the battlefield. >> hillary clinton does have a small advantage in opinion polls on this issue, but donald trump is clearly trying to capitalize on, trying to maximize what he sees as the political advantage for him. reporter: the candidates continue their tour of battle ground states tomorrow, clinton heads to florida, trump will be in ohio. in washington, aixa diaz, wmur
testify for the man charged in a deadly hayride crash. david brown was driving a jeep that crashed aat a farm in mechanic falls, a 17-year-old girl died, a dozen others were hurt. brown's attorneys wanted the fire marshal to tell jurors there are no state regulations or standards for off road vehicles that pull in addition bed trailers on farms. prosecutors had argued the fire marshal's testimony is irrelevant since he played a manchester woman is facing an assault charge tonight after police say she hit a man over the head with a beer mug. a man told officers melissa thompson hit with him the glass mug outside a bar on elm street yesterday. he said she was having a disagreement with the woman's roommate, the victim was taken to the hospital. josh: police say a manchester man fell out of the drivers seat of his car after nearly hitting
wrong way of franklin street and head for a fire truck, the driver stopped just inch degrees that truck. when the officer opened the door he had to catch the driver from falling to the ground. sanfason is now charged with d.w.i. you might be paying too much at the pump, up next the advice that could save americans billions of dollars. reporter: outrage on capitol hill, i'mal fraud against wells farring oh, see how the company's c.e.o. defends himself before a senate panel. mike: after yesterdays rain back to dry weather today, how long until our next chance of showers. jean: and now advice from
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the new study says many people think premium is automatically better for their vehicles, but it really means the gas has more octane which only makes a difference in specific engines that are designed for it. triple a also says more than 16 million drivers unnecessarily fueled up with more expensive gas, spending an extra $2.1 billion. amazon is now posting job openings for a brick and mortar store in the boston area. the online retailer r in washington state and california. although it hasn't officially announced a massachusetts store, the job postings say that the positions are in dedham's legacy place. jean: the c.e.o. of wells fargo bank is now apologizing after employees opened millions of bogus accounts and moved customer hers' money into them without permission. he testify on capitol hill today. but sally kidd from our washington bureau explains some senators say that apolicy is not
reporter: jean, at today's senate banking committee hearing we saw something we don't see often in congress. democrats and republicans agreeing on something. >> i am deeply sorry. reporter: an apology from wells fargo's c.e.o. >> i accept full responsibility for all unethical sales practices. reporter: but johnstone says he never directedded employees to open millions of duplicate accounts in cto without their permission. >> this isn't cross selling, this is fraud. reporter: federal regulators say the bank created a pressure cooker sales culture and coached workers to inflate sales numbers to meet extreme quotas. >> i find that despicable, it is absolutely wrong. we found this out, we got rid of those people. reporter: the company fired 5300 employees. >> these 5,300 tellers, they didn't come up with this scheme on their own.
i'm not scape getting. reporter: the activity began as early as 2009. stump says he didn't find out about it until 2013. >> doesn't it defy common sense to think that there wasn't some ork straition of this? >> you should resign. you should give back the money that you took while this scam was going on, and you should be criminally investigated. reporter: the company says it eliminating scales qs fees. >> i've told our people, go back and make it right. reporter: under a settlement with regulators, wells fargo has agreed to pay a $185 million fine. jean: a major waffle recall, coming up why kellogg's is tell people not to eat thousands of cases of waffles. josh: in sports we'll hear from coach belichick about the
texas. tom: then at 6:00 tonight an unusual call for help in this busy mall, police say they found two moms barely able to stand. the ages of the children that they were caring for, and shots fired in hooksett. one man arrested after a standoff with police. what one resident found on a front porch after the scene was
narrator: over and over it's been their agenda: anything to defund planned parenthood. kelly ayotte and washington republicans s to defund planned parenthood. they're on a crusade to block services new hampshire women and
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vo: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump: trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: i certainly think that roe should be overturned... trump: ...there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. vo: ayotte and trump: wrong for new hampshire women. senate majority pac is responsible for the
>> a quick week of practice for the patriots since they play on thursday night football this week. the pats will try to get the rookie quarterback up to speed in a hurry, he will likely start for the injured garoppolo. and pats will have to deal with a much improved houston team. >> we'll have to play a good solid football game in all three phases of the game. a good come team. >> red sox take on the orioles tonight with boston looking for their sixth win in a row. rodriguez will pitch against gausman. and it was a bus day at the u.s. senior women's amateur golf championship in wellesley, massachusetts. in the round of 16, a match that just ended about five minutes ago, laura kobel of augusta,
meaning that match ended after 16 holes. a great run to the top 16 there. josh: thank you, jamie. you might want to check your freezer, because kellogg's is recall 10,000 cases of eggo waffles that could be contaminated with listeria. jean: the recall covers nutri grain whole wheat eggos with use by dates of november 21 and 22 of next states where these waffles were sold. allergies are a big problem for children across the country. you should check with your doctor first. a new review suggests it's a good idea to let infants sample peanuts and eggs at an early age. dr. tim johnson has more. >> a peanut, an egg, simple foods with complicated effects on kids, unlucky enough to be allergic. thousands of allergic reactions
parents have avoided giving them to babies. but now a large panel review published in the journal of the a.m.a. finds strong evidence that it might be a good idea to let infants sample peanuts and eggs as early as the first year of life. researchers reviewed over 70 years of studies and found that introducing peanuts to kids between the ages of 4 to 11 months and introducing eggs between 4 and 6 months reduced the risk of developing allergies later on. kid introd babies had about a 30% reduction in the risk of developing a peanut allergy. and kids who were introduced to eggs early were only half as likely to develop an egg allergy. so start small when they're small, just a tiny amount of peanut butter or egg could teach their bodies not to overreaccumulator on. with this -- not to overreact later on. i'm dr. timothy johnson.
get closer to fall on thursday. that summer warmth not going anywhere, at least not yet. right now in dublin, the temperature at 79 degrees, a few high clouds. outside of that it's a beauty out there, temperatures have risen, the humidity has dipped a little bit, as is always the case. but the actual dew point has been dropping as well. you notice from the summit of mount washington at the observatory deck there, there are a few cloud out there, but they under the clear the next couple of days carrying us right into the start of fall on thursday, fall officially arrives at 10:21 in the morning, then much cooler air builds in in time for the first weekend of fall. with a band of scattered showers in between all of that during the day on friday, as for the here and now, temperatures are lining up in the mid to upper 70's to low eight statewide from the coast to the merrimack
especially in the higher terrain, upper 70's in the valleys. similar temperatures in lake sunapee zone. 72 in the highest elevations to lower 80's in the valley as way from the lake shores. still in the 70's along the canadian border. overnight tonight clear skies and valley fog will develop, we'll bottom out around 50 up north, right around 60 along the coastline. so a nice cool start to the day tomorrow, not nearly as humid a day on wednesday, as pleasantly warm air builds in from the west. friday and saturday we start to see a big shift in the wind and that will signal a big change in the temperature. another front trying to build in over the great lakes, but that will tend to fall apart. we still have the remnants of julia, remember that storm, just off the carolinas, still stuck down here over the southeast.
tonight and tomorrow, mostly clear skies. a few scattered clouds, watch out for a little valley fog very late. tomorrow morning could be low visibility in a few spots. wednesday temperatures climbing, up near 80 for the last full day of summer tomorrow. if you like summer warmth, don fret, we have more of it on thursday as fall arrives at 10:21. look at the highs tomorrow, upper 70's north, lower 80's elsewhere. and temperatures could be two or fall on thursday. why not. by friday a cold front moves through, 60's far north, 70's elsewhere. that front could trigger a couple scattered showers and it will be breezy and much cooler, feel the part of mid fall as we go through saturday and sunday, where the temperatures are below average into early next week, possibly getting back to average along about tuesday. very little rain chances here over the next few days, even into the weekend, with just that
couple of drops during then. josh: hotels teach their workers hugh to handle all kind of guests. but jean: but black bears aren't usually on the guest list, see what happened when a bear headed for a hotel lobby. josh: an exhibit at the mill yard museum just had its grand opening, coming up what the new exhibit showcases. >> and on "new hampshire >> the competition, best teams
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warm wednesday will follow for the last full day of summer tomorrow. if fall will start off warm too. tom: a dispute in the first district for congress, but not between who you would expect. >> now wmur news 9 at 6:00. >> they were barely able to take care of themselves let alone a baby. tom: tonight two young mothers salem shopping mall are facing criminal charges. i'm tom griffith. jennifer: i'm jennifer vaughn. police say a shopper called them when he noticed one of the women lying in a puddle holding her baby above her head. wmur's amy coveno is here with more on what police did to care for those babies. reporter: so drunk they could hardly stand, was how police described the pair of 20 somethings around 6:15 yesterday
police say this is a first. >> i certainly think that alcohol played a large role in it. reporter: it was 6:15 on a monday evening, a shopper observes two women and two very young babies in the parking lot at the mall at rockingham park and calls police. >> one of them was laying on the ground in a puddle and a putted nell the parking lot has grease and oil in it and some water, and she was holding the infant above her head. reporter: investigators say 22-year-old baylie lecolst and had had been consuming alcohol during the day. but beyond that they were uncooperative and the booking process took four hours. what about the infants during that time? >> during the booking process we had the babies, our shift commander was holding one for a while as we as our dispatchers were helping out. reporter: one baby is just a month old. thary four months old, according to police. and the shift commander gave an order last night he's likely