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jean: new details about the deadly attack in san bernardino, california, including the news that one of the wounded does have ties to new hampshire. good evening, i'm jean mackin. josh: i'm josh mcelveen. 14 people died in that shooting and there are many new details coming to light tonight. that does include that new jean: right when investigators are searching several properties connected to the suspected shooters, we've learned that the female suspect had a passport from pakistan and came to the u.s. on a special visa after becoming engaged to the american man also suspected in this attack. we go now live to abc's brandi hitt, she's standing by in san bernardino tonight. reporter: detectives here at the crime scene have now identified all 14 victims killed in the building directly behind me. and the f.b.i. is now stepping in. agents are digging into the backgrounds of both gunmen.
the arsenal of weapons they were packing. the terror that unfolded inside this san bernardino business complex leaving 14 people dead. >> shots going off like crazy. reporter: and culminated here into a police shootout, is now a massive crime scene. >> the suspects when they entered fired somewhere between 65 and 75 round from their rifles at the scene. reporter: police say the killers, 28-year-old syed farook and his companion, 27-year-old tashfeen malik planned the attack, first dropping off their 6-month-old baby with a relative. farook, a county health department inspector, then targeted his fellow colleagues during a work conference. >> she was -- he was acting nervous, left the building. 20 minutes later the shooting began. reporter: police disarmed three pipe bombs left in the building attached to a remote control card that never detonated.
found in the house at the center of the investigation. aemergency the victims killed, nicholas talasinos and michael raymond wetzel. >> there are six kids that have lost their father. reporter: 21 people were also injured, several now clinging to life with multiple gunshot wounds. >> kevin was one of the lucky ones to still be here with us. reporter: the f.b.i. is now leading the investigation trying to department if this was an act of terrorism and if there were any accomplices. >> we cannot rule anything out. reporter: these guns were all purchased legally, and they also had thousands of rounds of unused ammunition, found both in the vehicle and the home still being searched. live in san bernardino, california, brandi hitt, abc news. now back to you. jean: as we said, one of the people wounded in yesterday's shooting is originally from
josh: stephanie woods is live in cheshire medical center in keene where amanda gaspard worked for several years. reporter: josh, when 32-year-old amanda gaspard worked here at cheshire medical center she was the emergency preparedness coordinator. a relative says she now lives and works in california, where she was shot in the leg three times yesterday. gaspard is originally from hinsdale, new hampshire, but she now works for the san bernardino county health department, according to her grandmother. she says her granddaughter had surgery last night and is expected to recover. cheshire medical center says the to 2012. today gaspard's mother, diane gaspard, posted this state on her facebook page. thank you so much for asking for gaspard. one of the first comments to us was that somehow this situation could be used to witness for the lord, her faith is so strong, she was praying with other
there bleeding. we praise god for sparing her life. we spoke with members of mountain view 7th day adventist church in vermont where gaspard's family attends church. they say the gaspard's parents flew out this morning to california to be with their daughter. stephanie woods, wmur news 9. josh: thanks. earlier today we spoke with brad garrett, he's a former f.b.i. profiler and now consultant with abc news. he talked about the next steps in this case. where does this investigation go right now? we know it's been reported that the male suspect recently traveled to saudi arabia, his girlfriend or wife had a passport from pakistan. what are people looking at now? >> who are they connected to, who trained them, where do d the weapons come from, where did the explosives come from. who they talked to or communicated with, whether through a cryptic communication
around the country. all of that becomes extremely important as the f.b.i. and other agencies try to figure out, are there other people like these two that sort of blended into the community and then launched this horrific act yesterday without anybody knowing that they were there. josh: we do have much more on this story coming up, including the steps already under way in washington to close homeland security loopholes, and more on the victim with the ties to new hampshire, and of course you can fine complete coverage on our website by following us on facebook, twitter and our mobile app. jean: the manchester man who killed his parents and set their house on fire will spend the next 60 years in prison. matthew dion pleaded guilty today to second degree murder and arson. ray brewer was at the emotional hearing, which included a tearful statement from dion's former fiancee.
by the plea bargain, dion listened to the pain he had caused. his ex-fiancee and mother of their 4-year-old son said she was speaking for the victims, both the living and the dead. >> i cannot imagine how scared, how terrorized, how much pain your parents must have felt to know that you were going to die unconditionally. reporter: dion pled guilty to second degree murder admitting he killed his parents in march of 2014. then after several days he lit their house on fire. dion also pled guilty to a charge of arson. after more than a year on the run, he was captured in florida and brought back to new hampshire. >> why did this happen? reporter: pam says that is the question the family still struggles with, that matthew could have reached out the the family for help. now that love she once fell for him has been replaced with another emotion. >> when someone you love and
such aer thible and disgusting crime, you have to quickly learn to hate that person. reporter: we also learned that dion sent a letter to prosecutors while he was on the run. in that letter the a.g.'s office says he confessed to the murders and threatened suicide. the prosecutor also said that dion had been living a life of lies that was about to unravel. >> he wasn't working, he told everyone he was working and had a job. he in fact didn't have a job. he was experiencing some pain relationship issues. looks like all that finally came to a head. jean: that was ray brewer reporting. family members didn't want to talk after the hearing, but did issue a statement saying, in part, we hope that the soul of peace. snow moved into the north country today and it's still falling in some spots right now. you can see a little bit of it on the ground in colebrook tonight.
washington today. let's check in with mike haddad to see how long the snow will continue. mike: certainly a wintery scenario up north, no question about that. southern parts of the state blustery and chilly today, but no snow at good part of the day. a couple of mixed showers hit a few communities. right now on radar things beginning to wind down. snowing like crazy over eastern and central maine wevment have picked up three inches of snow in twin mountain, anywhere from a one to four inch accumulation, great north woods through the rest of the white mountains. from berlin points south and southwest into the heart of the white mountains, still some lingering snow. that will tend to taper off in the next two to three hours with an additional i believe in some spots. temperature wise, back in the mid 30's up north. on average the snow has been meeting on pavement, but some of the back roads up north and some of the passes through the mountains a little on the slick side. so allow extra time if traveling out and about in the north
as the roads will likely turn snow covered or slushy if they are not already. southern sections in the 40's. 30's overnight, a few upper 20's for some. what about a warmup in time for the weekend? we'll look at that possibility, straight ahead. josh: now to our commitment 2016 coverage. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton back in new hampshire, making several stops across the state. you're looking live at some pictures in dover where he's evening. kristen carosa has for and joins us live from newsroom. reporter: josh, this is hillary clinton's 15th trip to the granite state state, she advocated for small business, discussed women's issues and addressed the recent shootings in california. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton spent the morning learning about a small business in nashua. >> i said i want to be the small business president. reporter: from there it was onto a women's economic opportunity summit in manchester.
california. >> president obama spoke this morning about the possibility that it was terror related. i know that everyone from the f.b.i. to local police are doing everything they can to find answers. reporter: secretary clinton says as president she will fight for gun control, but also to keep families strong by fighting for affordable child care and equal pay for women, saying eve one is a growth strategy. >> we want to build the most productive and highly skilled work force that we possibly can. we need to value women. reporter: but clinton says as women achieve more, they are still earning less, making it hard to have a job and have a family. she says more than half of minimum wage workers are women, and it's even more here in new hampshire. women also make 70 cents on the dollar compared to men, and because of that clinton is fighting for the paycheck fairness act.
employers to justify paying men and women different wages for the same work. reporter: and that's something she says sets her apart from other candidates. >> it's very difficult with the republicans to promote this idea of equal pay for equal work. they don't believe in it, they don't support it. and honest to goodness, i don't know who they spend their time talking to. reporter: secretary clinton is ending her day in dover right now with her 16th town hall meeting, we'll have much more on that tonight at 10:00 and 11:00. kristen carosa, wmur news 9. josh: john kasich has a town hall in salem at 6:306789 and carly fiorina is picking up new hampshire endorsements. new supporters are signing onto the former h.p. c.e.o. jean: let's turn to the traffic watch, see how things are moving on the roads.
this is 293, looks like a little congestion from exit 5. 95.7's peggy james is joining us live with a look at our evening commute. >> hi, jean. some wind out there too, so keep two hands on the wheel on your way home. a pretty good right from 93 up to manchester, and no problems on 293. a lot of volume, but no incidents to tell you about. further north through hooksett and concord a good ride. concord seeing slowdowns at the exits between exits 12 and 14. also 101 west through bedford, busy from 114 to about wallace road, and the everett turnpike
merrimack stretch. i'm peggy james for 95.7, wzid. josh: as we continue to learn more information about the mass shooting in california this week, two more people have been arrested for last month's deadly attacks in paris. that story is coming up. >> lawmakers want to tighten loopholes to make america safer. i'll have that story coming up. mike: sunshine returns for all on friday, then temperatures start to climb. jean: a man convicted of murdering a toddler submits an application for parole. how the parole board responded. josh: at 6 took guilty plea in a cyber hacking investigation that involves two new england linen
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some visa changes while the senate focuses on potential terrorist access to guns. josh: diane roberts joins us from washington. reporter: jean and josh, spurred into action by recent events, lawmakers want to tight ten reigns on those who would do us harm. they're just coming at it from different angles. president obama ordered u.s. flags to be flown at half staff to honor the victims of the california shootings. the 355th mass shooting of the year has left many americans and lawmakers angry. enough. enough. reporter: democratic leaders from states who suffered many of those deadly attacks want to end what they call an epidemic, by tightening a loophole that allows suspected terrorists on the no-fly list to buy guns. if someone is too dangerous to board an aircraft, they're too dangerous to buy a gun. >> for terrorists travel documents are as good as weapons, and we need to think in those terms.
terrorists was on the minds of house republican leaders, is that want to strengthen the visa waiver program, which allows people from 38 countries to visit the u.s. without obtaining a visa. it has come under security any since the paris attacks. >> the master mind behind paris, he bragged about the freedom of travel throughout europe and the easeness of it. we have a real concern of that ability to come to america, without having a -- reporter: the house majority leader says combating terrorism will take thinking differently and looking at ways to close gaps and vulnerabilities. the house expects to vote next week, while the senate plans to take up the no-fly list bill sometime today. mike: some gusty winds out there today, driving in colder air and mixing and eventually changing the rain over to snow, especially in a good part of northern new hampshire, certainly looks wintery there.
to the weirs where it's been mostly overcast. couple of mixed showers drifting through the lakes region for today. but again farther north, it has been a snowy scenario, where from a coating to as much as four inches has accumulated, especially in some of your favorite ski resorts including bretton woods and cannon, up through wildcat. so get ready to do some shushing down the slopes, it looks great up there over the next couple days. right now on doppler radar, still a bit of snow flying, but the heaviest has shift offed to the east into maine and that's where it will spend the next few hours as the steady snow begins to wind down around the white mountains and up through portions of the great north woods. an additional inch in spots a possibility. good part of central and southern new hampshire on the dry side. the exception, anywhere from ossipee points south to just north of rochester, around milton and new durham getting a couple rain showers. just too warm to support snow accumulation in southern parts
temperature wise mid 30's up north. 16 atop mount washington. yesterday at this hour, 36 degrees. so very cold upstairs in the atmosphere, and even though it's slightly above freezing in the valleys, the intensity has driven the snow down to ground level, anywhere from 40 to 45 right now in southeastern parts of new hampshire. those winds have been a factor all day long, blowing well over hurricane force atop mount washington, and 87 miles per hour. latest gusts from 15 to 30 elsewhere. so we'll still be on the gusty side this evening and that's driving the wind chills back into the 30's. so 40's feel like 30's from concord points south and east. and lower to mid 30's feel like around 30 degrees in parts of northern new hampshire. overnight tonight the winds will abate, skies will partially clear up north and completely clear in southern new hampshire. by morning about 27 up north and on average upper 20's, lower 30's for many. a few mid 30's right long the coast. you know the story about the
cold air will retreat away later tomorrow afternoon, setting the stage for a mild weekend. this first weekend of december going to feature temperatures well above the average by close to 10 degrees on saturday and close to 15 above the norm, as high pressure noses on in in the jet stream flow for sunday. so temperatures will run into the 50's in spots. the snow does wind down this evening. sunshine tomorrow for many, a few extra clouds once again up north. a very weak disturbance may trigger a few flurries during the afternoon. and then it is sunshine for all on saturday, and again on sunday. the snow wind down, clearing central and south. tomorrow sunshine south, a few extra clouds with a few afternoon flurries north, a little breezy, but not as windy as today. upper 30's north, mid 40's south. take a look at that weekend, 50 saturday and mid 50's on sunday. even though we cool down monday, still above average. josh: it is the weekend. jean: all right, thanks, mike.
they stopped a french national at a brussels airport where they say he was trying to fly to morocco. a second man was arrested a
few hours later. investigators say both men are from a brussels neighborhood linked to at least three other paris attackers. the connecticut man who jumped a white house fence draped in the american flag will not be allowed to go back to college. josh: university of bridge port informed joseph caputo's attorney that he is not welcome back for committing a community standards violation. he pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor charges. a federal judge ordered caputo to undergo a psychiatric evaluation. all combat jobs in the u.s. military will now be open to women and those include infantry and some special operations units. this comes despite some pushback including a request from the marine corps to continue excluding women from some jobs. military branches have until
straight ahead, we're following new developments from that mass shooting in california and tonight we know that one of the people wounded does have ties to new hampshire. jean: a close call for this man whose wheelchair toppled on to light rail tracks just as the next train was coming in. and now to our u local hot shot, logan and charlotte are trying to be patient for santa's arrival, hang in there, kids, only three weeks left.
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>> you miss out on a lot of really great things, because one person made a decision that changed everything. josh: now at 5:30 an emotional reaction to one man's request for parole, shane nickerson killed a toddler left in his care. jean: several people have been arrested in connection with a fake online store. how police think they got the items to fill customer orders. mike: after a dry and seasonably cool friday, temperatures head higher over the weekend, how mild it gets starting on saturday. josh: and news 9 is trying to change the lives of granite
we need your help. >> sad but strong, that's the message from the city of san bernardino after the attack that killed 14 people and injured many more. welcome back, i'm josh mcelveen. jean: and i'm jean mackin. a u.s. intelligence official now says gunman syed farook had had been in contact with known extremists on social media, he was an american citizen. his wife was in the u.s. on a fiancee visa and carried a passport
from pakistan. one woman injured in the attack had new hampshire ties. tonight amanda gaspard is recovering from surgery after being shot in the leg several times. we're learning more about what happened inside the san bernardino building. one survivor told his family at
>> the doors opened and he saw two masked people dressed in black, and he still thought it was a drill. he felt his first shot on his leg, but he said it felt more like someone just threw something at him, it wasn't sharp pain immediately, until a few second later. and then he ended up sustaining another shot on the shoulder. so his reaction then, this is real, let me get under the table. josh: she goes onto say after her nephew crawled under that table, one of the attackers shot him again. he was shot five times altogether, but still one of the lucky ones as
he has survived. flags are flying at half staff around the country honoring the victims of this attack. david muir is in san bernardino covering the story. he'll be anchoring world news tonight live coming up at 6:30. jean: a man who served more than 20 years behind bars for the murder of a child in ware was up for parole today.
to second degree murder in the death of of zachary mcmillan back in 1995. at his parole hearing the victim's mother talked about living with the pain few can imagine. wmur's andy hershberger joins us live with the story. reporter: it was an emotional hearing for the victim's mother as she faced the man who killed her child many years ago. it's been more than two decades since christy kirkland held her 18-month-old son zachary in her arms, as he was removed from life support, drew his last breath and quietly died. thursday the man who beat that child to death, shane nickerson, was up for parole, after serving nearly 21 years in prison for second degree murder. >> he could have -- i could have spent every second everything. i didn't know then that i would only have 546 days with him.
the pain he endured and the end. reporter: nickerson was baby-sitting for zachary in march of 1995. he was 23 years old at the time, and said he didn't know how to control himself when the child started crying. >> i am truly sorry for what i did, and i regret every moment of it every single day since i've been here. reporter: the board denied nickerson's parole saying that they first wanted to see him transition to a halfway house, hold down a steady job, and get some mental health counseling. kirkland, who now lives in south carolina, says she wanted to be here to make sure that the victim's voice can still be heard. >> he was a really sweet boy. he had a great smile, and it's hard to know that even after 20 years you don't see that again. you miss out on a lot of really great things because one person made a decision that changed everything. reporter: if nickerson follows
be back before the parole board sometime in june. andy hershberger, wmur news 9. josh: three people accused of robbing stores and then reselling the items online, three manchester men face charges of organized retail crime. salem police say they caught the men shoplifting from the macy's at the mall at rockingham park, they say the men set up a fake online store to take orders and were simply feeling the items to fill those orders. jean: one person has been charged in connection with a break-in at the operation santa claus warehouse in concord. 23-year-old james p. was arraigned this morning by video on one count of burglary. over the thanksgiving holiday toys and more than 3,000 gift cards were stolen from operation santa claus. this is the 55th year for the program, it helps give presents for under, to underprivileged children. police say they were able to track the stolen gift cards when they were used. >> the store has a way of back
used wayed on an identification number of sorts. once that's identified, the time they were used can be locked in. jean: police anticipate file similar chargees against a second suspect soon. the toys, the operation santa claus hit the road with their toys, they sent them out to their destinations, coming up soon on december 10. josh: thanks to you, the spirit of giving is alive and well at wzid radio. the 17th annual christmas is for kids radio-thon is being held today and tomorrow. donations can be made to help struggling families around the state. this year they hope to raise $200,000 for toys, clothe and other necessities for young people. this year the fundraiser is going to help 13,000 people around the state. >> this morning we had a phrase of not give until it hurt, give until it feels good. and you want to do that, whatever amount, it doesn't
always answer the call. josh: over the years this radio-thon has raised nearly $2 million. good stuff. and the toys for tots program has become a marine corps that dissince 1947, helping to answer the christmas dreams of an average 7 million children a year. jean: those donation boxes provide about half what it takes need. it's hoped the drive that starts tomorrow can fill the gap. jennifer crompton has that story tonight. reporter: this is the toys for tots warehouse. it's where organizations come to load up and make sure that no child goes without at christmas. new, unwrapped toys are the foundation of this u.s. marine corps toys for tots program to provide children in need with a little hope for the holidays. >> they're our future, they are our future. reporter: reality is that thousands of new hampshire children from infants to
donations are organized by age and gender before they're distributed. the area of most need this year is for teenagers. >> 13-year-old boy, a skateboard, football, girls hair dryer, curling iron. reporter: the big annual drive in two locations will help fill that need and more. the toys r us in manchester and the crossings at newington playing host to a three-day event. >> it's all about the kids, the families that need help and need support. it's literally like new hampshire is a family and the family comes together to help out other families in need. it's awesome. >> the sensation of providing that child with a toy for christmas, nothing can take that away, it's fantastic. reporter: stop by, drop off a new toy and share in the spirit of giving. >> we just want to blow it out of the water this year, it's going to be a beautiful weekend, beautiful weather, it's going to be fun, like i'm already sitting here psyched for tomorrow morning.
reporter: this friday, saturday reporter: this friday, saturday and sunday the public's chance to really help put hope in a child's christmas. at the toys for tots warehouse, i'm jennifer crompton, wmur news 9. jean: we're all psyched, too, so come on out the to toys r us in manchester tomorrow or once again the crossings in newington. we'll be live all day tomorrow and you can bring your donations on saturday, and on sunday you'll find all the information you need at wmur.com. josh: we're also going to reveal jean's elf name tomorrow. a live look at washington d.c. where the national christmas tree has been lit. the first family helped to flip the switch. the rest the show features an all-star lineup with music and spoon. and the tree comes from? jean: alaska this year. josh: most of us know we'll spend more money if we go to to grocery store when we're hungry.
to think twice about tossing a way that ugly sweater. how far money people are making from the unattractive trend. mike: clouds won the battle today, but sun will win out for many on friday. josh: a man falls out of his wheelchair onto the light rail tracks just as a train arrives. we'll show you what happens next. catch holiday-cookie cheer on the tip of your tongue with dunkin' donuts' holiday- cookie-flavored coffees. after 12:00 p.m.,
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jean: i think i see a harlem globetrotter there, that's pretty cool. the dow lost 252 today. s&p off by 30. nasdaq dropped 85 points. that is some day there. if you've ever experienced buyers remorse, there's new insight on why you gave in to a purchase you didn't even want. josh: mary maloney breaks down the science behind shopping habits. reporter: stores are using psychology and research to encourage shoppers to open their wallets. for instance if items are on the middle of a shelf and if a price ends in nine, studies show people will more likely buy. how the sales clerks treat customers may also influence shoppers. but the nice guy doesn't always finish first. in fact, roux salespeople in luxury stores can cause customers
with lower self-esteem to spend more, and if you think the music you hear is random, think again. the right genre can make
of time. studies show pop music leads to impulse buys, where as shoppers may not pay attention to lesser known music and instead focus on the price. shop smarter. josh: speaking of confusing purchases, the popularity of those so-called ugly christmas sweaters has skyrocketed. what became a trendy joke a
few years ago has turned into a full-time business for some. ugly christmas sweater.com, one of the biggest sellers, on track to sell more than $5 million worth of those tops that will probably never wear any other time of the year. jean: some people would never wear them. if you're trying to decide on a color for your next sweater, might be time to think pastels. pantone has picked the soft pink and blue, they are the colors of the year, known as rose quarts and serenity. it's the first time they picked
shade suggest people's craving for reassurance and security. josh: the gatorade player of the year in new hampshire, jamie will let us know who took that title home. jean: and our candidate cafe revealed everything from his counterintelligence to the real meaning of moby dick. tonight
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mike: snow flying in northern parts of the state today. southern sections squeezing out a little partial sun including here at the coast. take a look at the time lapse out of portsmouth, a good part of the day, the winds have been active especially from late morning on. gusting over 30 to 35 miles per hour at times. adding a little extra bite to the air. notice right now up north the snow really winding down. although it is still coming down at a very hard clip across eastern parts of maine. snowfall rates up there right now over an inch per hour. we did pick up anywhere from a coating to as much as three or four inches during the course of this thursday. anywhere from two to three around twin mountain, from two to three or four in the pittsburgh area and points south, the amounts diminish as you get into southern parts of
southern sections, couple of sprinkles around ossipee, new durham, milton. that should be it in terms of precipitation for the rest of the night. again that's in central and southern new hampshire. as for the north country, snow will wind down in the next hour or two, could be an additional half inch in a few spots in and around the white mountains. then again it does tend to clear out later on tonight. elsewhere across the northeast again, heavy snow in eastern maine, more scattered showers back to the west in new york, but all of that will tend to dry up in time. that weak disturbance clips northern new hampshire tomorrow with a couple of afternoon flurries. right now 30's and lower to mid 40's across the board, 16 atop mount washington, plenty of cold air will zoom in across southwestern new hampshire, in the upper
30's in places like sansy and marlborough. notice the lakes region, upper third to around 40 and then those numbers drop off quite a
already sub 30 in pittsburgh and stuartstown. right now winds still active out of the west northwest, 15 to 25 miles per hour in terms of the gusts, but later on tonight bit. overnight lows, upper 20's north, lower to mid 30's south. not a big temperature fall, but tomorrow not a big temperature
rise, so we're right back to seasonable levels on friday. elsewhere. but then here comes the surge of late october warmth, if you want to call it, mild temperatures back in here, up near 50 on saturday. lots of sun, mid 50's at least on sunday, with more sun, and bright skies continue on monday back into the upper 40's. early next week looks quiet. the next chance of precipitation would likely be in the form of rain sometime on wednesday, if that storm comes close enough. so we've got plenty of days to track that.
jean: we will, thanks, mike. transit cameras were rolling in portland, oregon when a man in a wheelchair accidentally rolled onto the metro tracks and fell down. josh: he and his dog tumbled onto the tracks just as a train was approaching. several good samaritans raced to help lift him and his dog and his wheelchair out of the way just in time. jamie: the boston celtics play a game in mexico city tonight, aa first for the franchise, they play the sacramento kings at 10:00. boston has won three of their last four games. starting tomorrow night the home games for three straight days, all against the reading royals. monarchs have been on a winning streak lately. >> things are going really good, we're buying into the system that the coaches put in and everyone is building chemistry with each other, everything is starting to gel. >> we've been winning some games lately which is good.
steps up and i think we won six out of seven, so we're on the right track. jamie: congratulations to the gatorade high school football player of the year, goffstown center runningback connor bourque, put up crazy numbers this year, 1500 rushing yards, 26 touchdowns, also had two kick returns, ran for 211 yards in the title game against exeter. and his brother colin plays for u.n.h. hockey. jean: some family there, thanks, jamie. what do you do when a dog land in the wrong state? we'll have that story next. tom: then coming up at 6:00 we do have new details about the suspects in the san bernardino mass shooting, how much ammunition police found inside the couple's home. and a new hampshire business pleading guilty to felony
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josh: police in oklahoma had a similar dilemma, but they just put the donkey in their patrol car, squishy is his name. the woman who found him didn't have any way to move the animal himself, but he fit just fine in the police car, although the cleanup was a little more difficult. >> when the donkey left a pretty big mess in the back of my police car, and it's not the first time that somebody has left a mess back there. josh: i don't even know what that means. the picture generated a lot of calls from all over the world offering to give squishy a home, but police say he's going back to the original owner. and an airline mistake sent a dog to the wrong destination and this was no small detour. jean: she was supposed to fly mississippi. instead bethany was put on a plane to honolulu. lucky, you. it took days and 10,000 extra
back home, but the owners say they're not holding it against american airlines. >> i want to thank american airlines for everything they did, you know, following up, finding the dog, getting her back to us, keeping her safe. she's
had a long trip. the only question i have is do we get the air miles. jean: bethany is a show dog, her owners say once she rests up she'll be hitting the road for competition. josh: at least she made it home in time for the holidays. but hawaii is a good destination to be accidentally sent to. jean: they just lit the national
shot in the leg three times. mike: snow wind down up north later this evening and a dry and seasonable friday follows for many. >> i cannot imagine how scared, how much pain your parents must have felt. tom: the comments from matthew dion's former fiancee as he's sentenced in the death of his parents. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 at 6:00. tom: there are new details in the san bernardino mass shooting tonight. police have uncovered an arsenal, they say belonged to the husband and wife who were heavily armed when they opened fire at a social service center. good evening, new hampshire, i'm tom griffith. jean: and i'm jean mackin. now the f.b.i. is trying to figure out what motivated the couple to kill 14 people and injure 21 others. sally kidd is in washington with the latest.