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information, the school resource officer and the principal located the student and removed that student from the classroom. officials say they searched the student's backpack and found an unloadedded gun, drug, paraphernalia and stolen property. police say the student confessed to having these items and was cooperative. school officials say there was no disruption of the school day, and parents were notified of the situation by e-mail after school. >> didn' unloadedded handgun. certainly the shock of it was alarming, but there was no ammunition that we know of. the police officer searched everywhere, at no time was anyone in any danger. >> there are some charges related to the hand bun and to other property found in the student's bag when it was accepted by the school strict, which included some drugs, paraphernalia and other stolen property. reporter: along with those charges, school officials say this student could face ebbs
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hershberger, wmur news 9. tom: right now a crash is making a mess of the drive getting to and through concord, blocking one lane of northbound 93 in hooksett. jennifer: authorities say an investigation has let to sexual assault charges against 60-year-old robert eli of new hampton. the attorney says this took years to collect enough evidence for the cherise leclerc live now from the courthouse where eli was arraigned. reporter: that's right, jennifer, eli must now have no contact with any minor following these disturbing allegations. the county attorney here says she believes there could be moralinged victims in in case. 60-year-old eli was arrested yesterday at his home. he was arraigned this morning on three charges in connection to
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ages of 11 and 13 when the aled crimes took place 10 years ago. he's been ordered to stay away from all minors and have no contact with those victims. belknap county attorney believes there may be more information out there about eli. >> we do think other people in the community may have information, and if they do we welcome them to come for. we have some second hand information that he did work as a ski instructor at ragged mountain reporter: we did speak by e-mail with a representative of ragged mountain, they say ely did work there was a part-time seasonal employee last year, they say he's not currently an employee at their ski resort. i'm cherise leclerc. tom: an allenstown man behind bars after allegedly stabbing three people last night. clinton lennon was arrested at his home a short distance away from the scene. jack jack is --
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studio with the story. reporter: the whole situation could have been much worse. 36-year-old clinton lennon faces 11 felony level charges, five for first degree assault after alley stabbing three people at a home in allenstown, wednesday night. >> victims telling us he was armedded with two knives, was found with two knives on him when he was taken into custody. and as he went into the residence he just started swinging and stabbing the victims that wer residence. reporter: police say two men and one woman were inside the home on end wood drive. police say their injuries include stab wounds and cuts to the chest, back, arm and head. police say when they arrived on the scene, lennon was gone, but they learned he may be at home opine crest circle just a short distance away. >> officers responded down to that location, the victims had identified him, they went, searched the residence and found
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talked out from under the bed and placed into custody without incident. reporter: police say all the victims were taken to concord hospital for treatment. the female stabbing victim is a former girlfriend of lennon and they are still working on a motive. >> it wasn't a random act, i think it was domestic violence related from the prior relationship. but that is under investigation right now. jean: police say this is still an open investigation. lennon is due in court next month. jean jennifer: tonight three men have been indicted on charges related to the murder of a littleton man. a grand jury indicted damian gurgle on charges of first and second degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder and conspiracy to commit tampering with witnesses. investigators say he shot robert pierog.
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degree murder. tom: the town of newmarket is now banning all outside watering because of the drought. the town declared a stage four water supply shortage today, banning filling the swimming pools, watering lawns, washing cars and all other outdoor watering except for irrigation of crops using a hand held hose. violators will receive awe warning, then a $100 fine, and $250 fine for additional violations. your water could also be disconnected for repeated crisis of addiction, the state police forensic crime lab is working overtime to process a backlog of about 3,000 pieces. today governor hassan toured the lab and commended them for their work. we also saw a display of how deadly the painkiller fentanyl is. the vial on the left represents what's needed for a deadly overdose compared to the one on the right which is heroin. in the meantime today senator shaheen took to the senate floor
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emergency funding to fight the epidemic, something that hasn't been done since the pass an of the comprehensive addiction and recovery act. josh: cara, as it known, was signed into law the july, coauthored by senators ayotte and shaheen. but tonight there are very different opinions about just how effective cara really is. since becoming law this summer, the comprehensive addiction and recovery act has crisis of addiction in new hampshire. from congressman guinta -- >> we got this president to sign into law the cara legislation. reporter: to a new ad by ayotte's re-election campaign. >> kelly coauthored the comprehensive addiction and recovery act. josh: but jeanne shaheen called car y a mirage. >> cara is an authorizing will
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bill. it doesn't provide one thing to fight the opioid epidemic. 'even if congress approves the funding neation for cara, it will be about two years before new hampshire and other states see that additional funding. reporter: to the contrary, senator ayotte's office says millions have been delivered to new hampshire to fight the drug crisis as a result of cara if not directly tieded to it, insisting the push for more resources is ongoing. >> i'm going to continue to fight for the money in cara with the government right now and i'll continue to push for that. josh: a $600 million amendment failed despite support from both shaheen and ray yot. follow a tour of the state police for forensic lab, they cn only wait on washington. >> passage is great, it the right direction. but until we have money, we can't count on it. josh: next week she says she'll
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during the ebola scare of 2014, congress delivered nearly 5.5 billion in emergency funding. one person in the u.s. died from the virus, and while certainly tragic, every day in the u.s. an average of 150 people die from drug overdoses, and the fight continues. tom: thank you. still to come tonight at 6:00, what was that streaking across the night sky? see for yourself the flash of light that has part of new jennifer: and the nuts and bolts of the construction business, why high school students were getting a hands on career preview. hayley: we've got some showers that will be moving through in the next 24 hours, and behind that system much cooler air. how chilly it gets. >> it is officially race weekend in new hampshire, take a live look at the new hampshire motor speedway, and the hauler parade is under way. sprint cup haulers line up and parade their way into the infield and the garage area
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weekend of racing. we'll talk more about that and
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country.
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that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president. tom: dozens of people say they hampshire last name, in camp on the, salem, milton, hampstead. i was in bed by then. jennifer: but our viewers sent in some pictures, video too. kristen carosa has more. reporter: the sighting lasted for only a few second, but was long enough for many people across new hampshire to catch a glimpse, and it left many wondering was it a meteor or not. as soon as it happened the comments started rolling in on
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this one from franconia notch, and video from guarder in, massachusetts and here in northfield. >> i was just driving down park street and all of a sudden there's a big bright light in the sky in front of me, looked like a meteor streaking across the sky. reporter: the officer says it lasted roughly eight to nine second. >> it was a large bright whitish blue ball moving through the sky with a small tail behind it. reporter: then it was gone, but he was able to capture it through his dash cam. >> i hit the it showed up on the video. reporter: that video is shown here at plymouth state university during an astronomy class. several students here say they spotted it. and i was trying to think did that just, was that like -- it looked so closeful i realized the must have been huge. reporter: the professor discussed the volunteer in class and took a closer look. >> we're looking at this, see
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>> i would say it would be a meteor that most likely did. that reporter: he says meteors are common and are fragment from comets or asteroids, it's basically a burning hot rock that hits the atmosphere really fast miles and miles away. >> when it hits the atmosphere, it gets very bright and it actually mr.s up like a shotgun at that atmosphere, the angle it's coming in, i don't think -- ground has not been confirmed, but it is something he wants to look into. tom: and haley assures us it was not a flying saucer. hayley: the weekend weather is going to abe bit cooler after this cold front moves through tomorrow.
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narrator: over and over it's been their agenda: anything to defund planned parenthood. kelly ayotte and washington republicans voted 6 different times to defund planned parenthood. they're on a crusade to block services new hampshire women and families depend on: cancer screenings, birth control, basic women's healthcare. kelly ayotte and washington republicans have put defunding planned parenthood at the top of their agenda... and it's time for that to change. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. vo: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she'sn squarely with donald trump: trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. vo: ayotte agrees, voting six times to do just that -
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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 content of this advertising. jennifer: more than 1500 teenagers got the chance to weld, drive a big rig, lay bricks, even operate a backhoe. tom: it all part of a construction career day which brings high school students from around the state together with businesses and transportation and public works departments.
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students could be part of their future work force. "new hampshire chronicle" takes an indepth look at career construction days, beginning monday, october 3. hayley: boy, they got lucky with a nice day to work outdoors. i'm sure some of of the construction work they are could tell them they work in far worse conditions here in new hampshire. but take a look at the beautiful sunset that's happening now, temperatures in the 70's. on the first night o or eat on the back deck, it's been warm. today we hit the mid 80's in concord, manchester, in nashua we hit 85. 79 in portsmouth. and the upper 70's in the great north woods. the average high for this date is about 70 degrees. so we were well above that today. it wasn't quite a record high type of day. the record high, 92, which was set back in 1970. but we were still well above the
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though in portsmouth. 73 in rochester. once the sun goes down and with the clear skies that we have for the moment, the temperatures will start to go down quickly. so you'll feel the chill over the next hour or so as the sun goes down. in the northern part of the state, that's where we have the most cloud cover right now, and it's not even that much. but that will increase as we go into the overnight here, because there's a cold front approaching get some more rain. we haven't had any of course since monday when we got that inch or so of rainfall. we really needed it, and we need for. the thing is this frontal boundary isn't going to provide us with a lot of rain, we certainly need it. this is the latest drought monitor, the map always comes out on thursdays, and you can see we still under the extreme drought area. manchester, nashua, portsmouth, didn't look like it got extended, which is good news. but still a severe drought when
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drought in laconia, but for of the lakes region just abnormally dry because of rain that you guys have got, more than the rest of us in southern new hampshire. so here's how things go over the next 24 hours with the timing of thises rain showers. clouds are going to be on the increase tonight. especially after midnight. we'll all be mostly cloudy. then really any time after midnight, mup the northern part of the state there will be some showers that move through, and these will continue a.m. tomorrow morning. once we get to my day looks like the showers start to move southward. so really the midday hours look like the wellest across the state and there could be some heavy downpours that pass through. then once we get to about five or 6:00 in the evening, this is good for all the football games, looks like we clear out. so it will dry out in the evening and eventually the skies
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full sunshine on saturday and sunday. so looking at how much rain we could get, it's not a lot, maybe a quarter to a half inch of rainfall. we certainly could use more. here's the latest on the tropics. we've got two storms at play and both of them will have a no impact on the u.s. karl may try to move toward bermuda, but gets shoved off away from the u.s. overnight tonight 50's and 60's. tomorrow we'll have 70's, and that's it for a while, fall into and at night we'll have temperatures in the 30's, maybe even some frost in a few areas overnight. tom: thank you. we have a football lovers bonus tonight. >> yes, patriots in action, an update on gronkowski, and it's officially race weekend and the sprint cup cars are on the
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colin van ostern: i know from my own life the difference a college education can make. narrator: colin van ostern. the son of a single mom, he went to college on student loans, became a stonyfield business manager responsible for a hundred million dollars in revenue. then, a top executive at southern new hampshire university's college for america.
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>> nascar weekend has begun in loudon, the sprint cup haulers rolled into the new hampshire motor speedway a few minutes ago. tons of fans always show up to get a look at the colorful trucks, carrying some pretty cool cargo. sprint cup cars will qualify for the second race in the 10-race chase for the championship thrcht are eight undefeated teams in the national football league and after tonight that number will go down to seven.
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texans. with the pats likely starting -- the texans are favored by one point. >> i've been impressed with looking at the texans, and i think they've done a good job with the team, much improved from last year. they've got a lot of weapons on offense, really good on defense, good in the kicking game. very well coached. >> this weeks home town hero is turning head on the football field and playing his way into a how many people knew who max osgood was a year ago? but this fall plenty of folks are taking notice, the six five, 240-pound tighten is a big threat for the nashua south football team. >> i love max, it's like, i think all of us pretty much enjoy practice. coaches -- reporter: last year was his first year playing football so he spent much of the time
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but after a lot of hard work in the off season, max osgood is one of the top tight ends in the state. >> it a completely different game for me, i went to camp pretty much every weekend in the summer. reporter: although e had to learn football, athleticism comes naturally. he also plays lacrosse and basketball. hoops runs in his family. >> it's all we do, all we talk about. my brother plays basketball at plymouth state and both my parents played basketball at plymouth state. so is just all sports. reporter: max already has a scholarship offer from bryant university and interest from several other colleges. he says he'll definitely play football at the next level somewhere, while studying business management. max osgood is this week's home town hero. 15 games on the schedule tomorrow night. all 15 are participating in the new hampshire tackles hunger, so bring some nonperishable food items or a donation.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i know more about isis then the generals do. john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think... those are sacrifices? 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.
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pam griffin: our daughter courtney got caught in a web of opiate and heroin addiction. doug griffin: our insurance company indicated that courtney's problem wasn't a matter of life and death - so she wasn't eligible for treatment. pam griffin: she told me that she didn't want to live like this anymore... she begged... she begged for help, saying mom - please help me. doug griffin: our family's tragedy could happen to any family... pam griffin: we knew we had to save other families from losing their children. kelly reached out to us. pam griffin: she listened to what we had to say, who we were - she cared about us... she didn't know us. pam griffin: we talked about the ways to remove the stigma of addiction so parents can get help. doug griffin: kelly co-authored the comprehensive addiction and recovery act - this act will save kids' lives... ...and enable families to get the help they need. doug griffin: we don't want courtney to be remembered for her substance abuse, but rather for her struggle to achieve recovery. pam griffin: kelly believes recovery is possible.
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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. annie kuster is leading the fight regarding 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. i'm annie kuster and i approved this message. my 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.
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tonight, breaking news. the female officer just charged with first degree manslaughter, after a father walking toward his suv, his hands up, is later shot and killed by police. the state of emergency at this hour in charlotte. >> shots fired. shots fired. >> after protests turn violent. the national guard just has now died. we're on the scene. also breaking tonight, the shooting, as we come on the air. authorities on the scene right now. a workplace in tennessee, the images coming in. donald trump's outreach to black voters, and his controversial words about stop and frisk. and tonight, robin roberts with president obama. the exclusive right here, on policing. and what he would tell hillary clinton as she walks on that debate stage monday night.


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